Category Archives: New Artist

JJ Adams Adds a New Collection for 2017

Spideypool - JJ Adams
Spideypool – JJ Adams
James Dean - JJ Adams
James Dean Colour Tattoo – JJ Adams

Fast becoming one of the UK’s most talked about artists, JJ Adams has had over 100 sell out editions since the beginning of his collaboation with Wishbone Publishing. His endless creativity emerges from his youth where much of his time was spent arount the studio of South African contemporary landscaoe artist Derric van Rensburg and studied graphic design at Cape College whilst working as an apprentice in ‘Wildfire Tatoos’ in central Cape Town. In 1998 he returned to the UK where he attended Plymouth College of Art and Design and  furthered his career in art as a freelance graphic designer and sign maker. Featuring in Vogue & GQ and having worked alongside clients like Rolls Royce and Bang & Olufsen.

Louis Vuitton Grenade - JJ Adams
Louis Vuitton Grenade – JJ Adams

JJ Adams uses a range of mixed media in his artwork and this can vary from spray paint, hand painting acrylics, screen printing, collage and digital matte painting.

If you would like to see more and buy his work, please follow the link to our online gallery: JJ Adams Gallery

New In The Gallery for Spring 2017

Iain Faulkner - Reunion (Signed Limited Edition Print)
Iain Faulkner – Reunion (Signed Limited Edition Print)

There are some stunning new pieces of art arriving in the gallery this week, and with the Glasgow Art Fair quickly approaching there will be more to follow.

Hamish Blakely - The World Stands Still (Signed Limited Edition)
Hamish Blakely – The World Stands Still (Signed Limited Edition Print)

We have new releases from the likes of Jack Vettriano with ‘The Big Tease’ and Ron Lawson with his new grey sky collection – Two of the biggest selling artists in the UK! We also have a stunning collection of new limited edition art from some of the UK’s top published artists, Robert Oxley, Hamish Blakely, Paul Kenton and Bob Barker, not to forget our current favourite Iain Faulkner.

Robert Oxley - Walk With Me (Signed Limited Edition)
Robert Oxley – Walk With Me (Signed Limited Edition)

Original art is fast becoming the preferred option and Enid Hutt Gallery have a vast array of different styles and prices to suit the first time buyer as well as established collectors. Our more affordable collections come from established and up-and-coming artists like Katie Bell and Stuart Herd respectively, with works from as little as £250 up to £1,200+ and with the standard of work coming through they would be deemed as ‘a bargain’ by many.

Stuart McAlpine Miller - Space Invader (Original Oil on Canvas)
Stuart McAlpine Miller – Space Invader (Original Oil on Canvas)

If one is more likely to buy for investment, we have a wealth of experience stretching over 30 years in the art market, our directors have had the privilege to grow up with many of the top artists of today and with this knowledge we can guide any potential investor to a sound investment in art.

Our portfolio of artists specifically noted for investment lie strongly with the like of Jack Vettriano, Iain Faulkner, Gerard M. Burns, DOM and Stuart McAlpine Miller. Ranging from £5-10,000 up to larger works at £2-300,000, we usually have a collection of pieces

The Big Tease - Jack Vettriano (Original Oil on Canvas)
The Big Tease – Jack Vettriano (Original Oil on Canvas)

available for viewing and appointments can be made on request to view original works by these amazing artists.

You can browse our website to get a good idea of the kind of work we stock and if there is anything particular you are interested in please do not hesitate to drop us an email or why not pick up the phone.

 

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Stunning New Spring 2015 Collection


Trinity by Caroline ShottonEnid Hutt Gallery are delighted to showcase a stunning new collection of artwork from some of our top artists as well as some new additions.

Spring is in the air and that can only mean one thing – the release of a whole new selection of stunning limited edition art.

Our new releases continue to showcase works from some of the country’s finest contemporary artists. The collection welcomes back old favourites such as Kerry Darlington, Craig Davison, Caroline Shotton and Peter Smith. It also introduces a brand new artist – realist painter Andrew Kinsman.

Cafe de Paris by Andrew KinsmanAndrew Kinsman is a self-taught artist and musician. Andrew Kinsman has painted commissions for celebrities and royalty alike, and has recorded soundtracks and albums with music novelties such as Noel Gallagher and English Rock Band, Kasabian.

His new collection was inspired by a painting which Andrew completed in 2009, called ‘Jeff’. This painting was in turn inspired by a lucid dream. The real life experience which later manifested into that dream was derived from a gig he did that same day. In between performances, bubbles were being blown against a black backdrop which acted as the stage. Kinsman was fascinated by the intense colours in their reflections. The dream saw an old man blowing a bubble showing as much detail in these reflections as his weathered skin, He knew he had to make this his next painting. ‘Jeff’ was the catalyst for this most recent set of works.

Blast Em Chewy! by Craig DavisonMany of our top artists have released very strong work to compliment previous collections. Craig Davison being one of the main features this Spring with his amazing new Star Wars sketches. These four new sketches are a great accompaniment to any of the larger canvas editions like; BMX-Wings, Super Troopers and Full Force to name a few. Framed at £225 they would make a great gift for the typical Star Wars fan or a collector of Davison’s work.

To view our full collection of new releases please follow the following links:

Spring 2015 Collection

Full Collection of New Releases

Stunning new limited edition prints by Stephanie Rew

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Edinburgh based artist, Stephanie’s strength lies in being able to capture the female form in all her glorious guises, whether clothed or not, with sideward glances catching passing thoughts and emotions.

A graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee, her work hangs in collections across the world, including in The Royal Bank of Scotland’s headquarters in Edinburgh, Standard Chartered PLC in London, HongKong, Dubai and P&O Ferries.

Stephanie’s most recent move towards costume painting is another element that strikes a chord with the viewer. The elegance and serenity captured is complimented by her lightness of hand to show delicate fabrics draped across the figures.

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“My primary subject matter is the female figure. Always painted with a sense of ambiguity; faces half hidden, with the human form often just emerging from the darkness. The human anatomy is the predominant motif to my work and I have developed my style with the using drapery and pattern in combination with the figure.

After studying the society portraits of James McNeil Whistler and woodblock prints of the Japanese Ukiyo-e, I have become increasingly interested in pattern and design as well as depth and form, and have embarked on a series of works combining these attributes.

reclineTone and form as well as strong light and colour is what inspires me, concentrating on the juxtaposition of tonality and texture whilst keeping a private, reflective mood with the work. Recently I have returned to my interest in dance and have been working with aerial dancers in their rehearsal space in Edinburgh, striving to capture in oil paint, the elegance, strength and drama to be found in this type of dance discipline.

I regularly travel around my home country of Scotland, My husband Tom is a keen hillwalker and my children both love the outdoors. This has given me the opportunity to find another inspiration for my painting. The changeable and often wet weather to be found in the north of the UK can give the landscape an otherworldy feel which I try to capture with oil paint. These landscapes are void of colour, much like nature at times, and heavy on atmosphere and mood. Since I am painting places I truly love, it makes it easy to give these works the same amount of detail and consideration that my figurative painting demands.

I have always been heavily influenced by the Baroque style of oil painting and utilises a combination of Old Masters techniques with my own alla prima style. The practice of glazing is important to the finished article – creating the illusion of an inner glow to the paint. Caravaggio’s trademark use of chiaroscuro and strong colour created by glazing techniques has inspired my work for the last decade.”darkreflections

Stephanie Rew 2011

BIOGRAPHY
Born in 1971, Stephanie Rew was raised in the historic city of Edinburgh, Scotland leaving for Dundee in 1990 to study at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art. After graduating she returned to her hometown for a few years before moving to Brighton in 1996. Work and the pursuit of gallery representation took her to London in 1998 where she held the first of 3 successful exhibitions before moving back to Edinburgh in 2002. She now lives with her husband Tom and two children and works full time as a painter in her studio in the Leith Shore area of Edinburgh.

She first became interested in drawing and painting at an early age, showing ability beyond her years. Drawing images from memory kept her amused through out her childhood and once she reached her final years at high school it was obvious that art college beckoned. She enrolled at Duncan of Jordanstone and followed her passion for figurative painting – citing Alison Watt and Jenny Saville as her inspiration at that time. As well as concentrating on life drawing and paintings she also sat in and sketched with the Dundee Repertory Dance Company during rehearsals, which started a relationship with dance and her paintings.

whitekimonoSince graduating, her career path took her to Brighton where she involved herself with the Arts Festival there, organising and hanging large group shows in empty office buildings. This gave her the first chance since college to paint full time and exhibit her work. These works lead to John Lewis Partnership taking 50 original charcoal drawings of her dancers to sell at their flagship Oxford Street Store. The funds raised by this, in turn, helped her put together her first solo show at the Sussex Arts Club and found a London gallery to represent her. Since then she has continued to widen her audience, winning the Elizabeth Greenshields Award in 1995 and the RGI New Artist Award 2009 and acquiring an ever growing list of collectors – P&O Ferries, Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered plc to name a few. She exhibits across the UK and sells well in the rest of Europe and the US also.

If you would like to view and purchase artwork by Stephanie Rew click here

New original artwork from Cecilia Forrest

20130810-133619.jpgWe are delighted to introduce a new artist to our collection of original artwork, Cecilia Forrest. Cecilia studied Graphic Design in London during the mid eighties, and returned to the Glasgow art scene where she worked as both designer and artist.

Cecilia works in oils with a mixed palette of monochromes and vibrant hues, her figurative and heart warming tenement scapes are inspired by Glasgow past and present highlighting Cecilia’s offbeat humour, while injecting a sentiment to the imagery that resonates over the generation gap.20130810-133814.jpg

Since dedicating herself to painting full-time, Cecilia’s work is exhibited regularly, gaining wide interest and more recently, has been bought for collections abroad, One such owner of several of Cecilia’s Glasgow lifestyle pieces is Torchwood and Desperate Housewives star, John Barrowman.

Our current collection of Cecilia’s work can be viewed in the gallery and also online on our website. 20130810-133933.jpg

We will also be exhibiting at the Aberdeen Art Fair. The fair runs from Saturday 17th to Sunday 18th August with the private viewing taking place Friday night 16th August at 6pm to 9pm.

If you would like to attend the private viewing please contact us.

Relating links:

Celilia Forrest
Aberdeen Art Fair

Carl Payne – A little bit about this amazing figurative sculptor

Carl Payne’s extraordinary figurative sculpture is based on traditional tenets but has a bold contemporary style which has won him collectors from all over the world.20130503-225359.jpg

He creates his stunning bronze sculpture in the UK with an amazing mastery of technique. His complex and hugely rewarding process demands patience, accuracy, commitment and artistry.

Carl is inspired by music, the female form and a host of artistic figures including Rodin, Alfred Gilbert and Charles Sargant Jagger, as well as many of the Pre-Raphaelites.

Born in Staffordshire in 1969 Carl studied Figurative Sculpture and received his first public sculpture commission in 2000. 20130503-225528.jpgSince then the list of his completed commissioned work is extensive, including King George and Queen Mary for the ballroom of Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 cruise ship, ‘Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross’ which was unveiled by Princess Anne at Banbury, and George Best, Bobby Moore and Pele for private collectors.

His personal favourite is the Sir Stanley Matthews statue at the Britannia stadium: Technically challenging, dynamic, historical and unique, it was voted the best sporting statue in Europe.

To view Carl Payne’s current collection click here.

Carl Payne – New Releases from the Award Winning Sculpture.

20130425-030005.jpgWe are delighted to showcase some fantastic new pieces from the latest Bronze sculpture collection by Carl Payne now available to view in the Gallery.

Two new pieces ‘Leap of Faith’ & ‘Dancing the Dream’ have just arrived and are stunning examples of Carl’s work –
Carl Payne creates his outstanding bronze sculpture in the UK with an incredible mastery of skill. His intricate and hugely rewarding process demands patience, accuracy, dedication and artistry.20130425-030102.jpg

Carl Payne’s extraordinary figurative sculptures have a definite contemporary twist inspired by music, the female form and a host of artistic figures including Rodin, Alfred Gilbert and Charles Sargant Jagger, as well as many of the Pre-Raphaelites, which has won him collectors from all over the globe.

Visit our website to see the full collection.

Stuart McAlpine Miller Biography and News

20120909-022241.jpgStuart McAlpine Miller is the hottest artist this year tipped to be one of the greats and an artist whose work could be worth a significant amount in years to come. His unique style and ideas which he has worked to develop over the last 20 years will be the focus of his current work. 2012 presents McAlpine Miller with an exciting residency at The Savoy Hotel. He will be creating a series of 8 paintings to feature in their iconic foyer. This is alongside other High Profile commissions in both London and Hong Kong. His work continues to develop.

Shortlisted for the Provost Award at Kelvingrove Art Galleries and Museums in 1996 his work has continued to attract the attention of galleries and collectors across the world.

Four low numbered signed limited edition prints are released in both paper and canvas editions.

Artists Statement

“This new series of works celebrates the culmination of ideas based upon the last 20 years. 20120909-024108.jpgThese paintings concentrate and focus on the fading of one idea into another with distorted images and abstracted thoughts. Based on the notion that we live in a throw away world each painting both suggests and questions the importance of certain celebrated things. Celebrity, Fame, Money and Greed feature as important issues for each of us. These are depicted as both fading memories and future hopes. 20120909-024554.jpgThe comic imagery signifies the unimportance of these things and helps to suggest that they have been manufactured for a temporary audience. Looking more closely the paintings illustrate a feeling of shallow existence. Surrounded by a myriad of colour, shapes and abstractions our lives are exactly the opposite. The ‘LIVING FOR THE MOMENT’ society, which actively encourages human singularism, seems almost unsustainable. Perhaps a return to
truer values is the way forward. Certainly with current consumerism and appetite for fame and success, societies will neither progress nor benefit. Take a look…now take a closer look.” McAlpine Miller

Having worked to develop his unique style McAlpine Miller is now concentrating his attentions on an exciting new series of work as premiered at Memories & Futures, Grosvenor Street, Mayfair in 2010.




Selected Exhibitions




2012

Artist in Residence at The Savoy Hotel, London
Various exhibitions at The Hay Hill Gallery, Cork Street, London
Exhibited at State of the Arts Gallery, Hong Kong Working towards major publishing deal.
Other various High Profile commissions.

2011

Various Solo and Group Exhibitions at own gallery – Art & Escape, Fleet Street
Hay Hill Gallery, London -October
State of the Arts Gallery, Hong Kong – November

2010

Hay Hill Gallery, Cork Street, London
Grosvenor Street, Mayfair, London
Cross My Art, Kings Cross, London

2009

Co-founded Art & Escape Ltd
Kings Road Gallery, London
Affordable Art Fair, London

2008

Private sale of 10 works to British collector

2007

Decoratum Gallery, Church Street, London – commissioned and collected over 40 works

2006

Charlotte Street Gallery – Solo Exhibition
Catto Gallery, Hampstead – Group Exhibition
Glasgow Art Fair– self representing;
Dublin Art Fair– self representing;
The Art Group, signed worldwide publishing deal

2005

Catto Gallery, Hampstead – Solo Exhibition;
Glasgow Art Fair – self representing;
Dublin Art Fair – self representing

2004

Paul McCartney 2004 European Tour, commissioned to paint the piano that was used throughout the tour, this included working closely and consulting Paul on a daily basis; Charlotte Street Gallery – Solo Exhibition; Glasgow Art Fair– self representing;;
Dublin Art Fair– self representing

2003

Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London – Solo Exhibition;

2002

United Entertainment Group Plc, County Hall, South
Bank – commissioned various large format paintings
for exhibition and a series of prints and other published items; Documentary, Football Hall of Fame, Sky Channel – commissioned to be the sole artist creating sporting works on the project;
Glasgow Art Fair– self representing;;
Dublin Art Fair– self representing;;
New Contemporaries, Business Design Centre, London – self representing;
Catto Gallery, Hampstead – Solo Exhibition;

2001

Set-up a co-operative company based in Camden producing small and large scale works for exhibition in Europe and America

2000

Catto Gallery, Hampstead – Solo Exhibition;

1999

Catto Gallery, Hampstead – Solo Exhibitions;
Duncan Miller Fine Art, Glasgow – Art Fair

1998

Worked on several advertising campaigns including: Reneault, McVities, Virgin, Persil, Bravissimo; BBC, Stage Production about the History of Art – backdrops based on famous images, the Last Supper and various historical notable portraits

1997

BBC Production of Changeling – created scenic backdrop, 8 panels 10ft x 30ft each, used throughout the production; Gagliardi Gallery, London – Group Show

1996

Kelvingrove Art Galleries & Museums – Shortlisted for Provost Award; Decadence, film by Stephen Berkoff – Triptych of The Alternative Last Supper used as backdrop for the main dining scene.

1995

Connought Brown, London – Group Show;
Duncan Miller, New York – Chigaco Art Fair;
Gagliardi Gallery, London – Group Show & featured works in Contemporary European Art Book

1994

Connought Brown, London – Solo Exhibition; Duncan Miller, New York – Art Fair
Ruth O’Hara Gallery – New York

1993

Art Bank, Glasgow – Solo Exhibition;
Connought Brown, London – Joint Exhibition

1992

Joint Exhibition – Cannes, France
Art Bank, Glasgow

1991

Trinity Gallery, Alblermarle Street, London – Solo Exhibition;
Poleski Gallery, Lucca – Lived and worked in Italy whilst exhibiting at this gallery

1990

Glasgow School of Art, BA Honours – painting and drawing

Signed limited edition prints will be available to purchase in the gallery from September 2012. If you would like to reserve or ore-order please contact the gallery as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Editions are currently sold out on publication. An amazing debut collection of prints from Stuart McAlpine Miller. Click here to view his latest collection.

Stunning new artworks and artists for Autumn 2012

20120907-225119.jpgThis autumn sees an amazing addition of both new artists and new work from current artists. The diverse array of artwork from our current artists only gets better. We have some amazing and very exciting new signed limited edition prints available on canvas or paper from Craig Davison. Capturing some of the heroes and imaginations from our childhood – quite possibly his best yet. Another fantastic artist to win us over once again is Doug Hyde, with his funky little sculptures of cars full to the brim and loveable cuddly bears and bunnies, this collection of limited editions in print and sculpture will be the perfect addition to any collection this autumn.20120907-230640.jpg

The new additions don’t stop there, we are extremely excited to announce the new signing of Stuart McAlpine Miller. Stuart graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1990 where he went on to do his first solo exhibition the next year at the Trinity Gallery, London. He then went on to do numerous exhibitions and shows. Stuart McAlpine Miller was also behind many advertising and marketing campaigns for large corporates including Renault, McVities, Virgin, Persil the list goes on. Having worked to develop his unique style McAlpine Miller is now concentrating on an exciting new series of work as premiered at Memories &Futures, Grosvenor Street in Mayfair 2010.

20120907-230900.jpg2012 presents McAlpine Miller with an exciting residency at The Savoy Hotel. He will be creating a series of 8 paintings to feature in their iconic foyer. This is alongside other high profile commissions in both London and Hong Kong.

Keep looking back for updates on editions, current sell outs on publication already include Stuart McAlpine Miller, Craig Davison and Doug Hyde. To avoid disappointment please contact us as soon as possible.

Editions will be available online soon, if you would like to secure a piece please let us know via email or telephone.

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Mallett’s Palette – An Exhibition of Work from the TV Personality Timmy Mallett

Timmy Mallett

We are delighted to announce a forth coming exhibition of original and limited edition artwork by Timmy Mallett. Timmy will be opening the exhibition on the 23rd of March with a preview evening from 6:30pm – 9pm with the exhibition continuing until the 8th of April 2012.

Born October 1955 in Marple, Cheshire and has a flair for art after being encouraged to draw and paint as a child. Timmy loves painting and reaches for his Mallett’s Palette at the drop of a brush. He works in acrylics and oils as well as watercolour. Much of his inspiration comes from the UK and trips all across the world.

Timmy’s striking visual style was an instant hit early in his career. He achieved cult status on BBC Radio Oxford and Manchester’s Piccadilly Radio and later on TV-am. He is most known for his loud shirts, colourful glasses and the giant pink foam mallett, Mallett’s Mallet and his little one Pinky Punky. Timmy Mallett ArtNot only is he a great TV and Radio personality and artist but a very successful musician. A member of the band Bombalurina, selling over a million copies of his record single "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini". The song entered the charts at number 23 and rose to 13 the next week and finally to number 1 on the 19th August 1990 where it remained for 3 weeks.

It’s not surprising Timmy Mallett decided to pick up a paint brush considering how colourful a personality he is. Timmy studied History of Art as part of his degree at Warwick University and his paintings can be bought from prestigious galleries across the country. In recent years he has enjoyed a keen artistic friendship and interaction with Rolf Harris. Rolf says “He is an enthusiastic and exciting artist…I’m knocked out by his work.”

Timmy Mallett - Still Life Artwork Timmy’s artwork will be available to buy on the evening and throughout the exhibition. Early viewing is recommended to avoid disappointment.

The exhibition will commence with a champagne preview evening on the 23rd of March 6pm – 9:30pm. If you would like to attend please RSVP to the following details.

www.enidhuttgallery.com
Email: sales@enidhuttgallery.com
Tel: 01592 643227

Related Links

Timmy Mallett Official Website