Doncaster artist to launch new business venture that will bring jobs to town


Wayne Sables is a Skellow artist known for his work with multimedia art.

He recently produced a large Starling sculpture which was shown at the DN Festival of Light in 2021.

He decided he wanted to expand his business into the commercial arts.

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Wayne Sables, artist.

Vicky Prior, Commercial Director, said: “Wayne is based in Doncaster and committed to the city.

“The new business will bring money to the local economy and, if successful, we hope to hire local people in our small workforce.

“Wayne hopes to exhibit his work in galleries across the city and be part of the emerging and growing art scene.”

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Have you seen the stunning displays of thousands of starlings on Doncaster?

Wayne starts a commercial branch for his company.

Wayne has an interesting history as he was originally a martial artist then a dancer and then a filmmaker.

He now works with light installations and has been involved in big projects at Cast, like their recent production “Wish”.

Wayne said: “I am really excited to be working with Vicky as Commercial Director as we firmly establish our base in Doncaster and start to grow from there.

“I love Doncaster and don’t think my business is based anywhere else.

Wayne works in digital art.

Wayne’s ambition is to join the large number of artists, musicians and creators who have succeeded in Doncaster over the past few years.

“He wants to put Doncaster on the world map,” Vicky said.

“Recently he has been working with African dancers – teaching them to record their performances on smartphones.

“He will continue to use his incredible talent to create digital art. “

You can see more of Wayne’s art here.

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