At the Enid Hutt Gallery we are privileged to showcase an impressive collection of original art including striking pieces by Scottish artists and artists working in Scotland. Each piece is a work that will appeal to the discerning collector whether it is an oil painting or glass sculpture.
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Connolly enjoys the rare distinction of excelling in many artistic disciplines. Following a highly successful career as a musician, comedian and actor, his art is now garnering much attention. He began drawing almost by accident when inspired by a visit to art shop on a rainy day in Canada! He draws unique and unusual characters from his imagination, all of which convey an incredible complexity of emotions. We are sure that you will be drawn to his thought provoking pieces with their striking and memorable images.
Bobbie Coleman was working as a graphic designer in Scotland but then experienced a pressing need to throw off the constraints of such commercial work and to develop her creative talents. She moved to Scotland to concentrate on her original glass pieces and now works from her studio in Ceres. Until recently her work was not available in galleries but we are now honoured to feature her stunning pieces. She is particularly inspired by the sea and the beauty of her own garden and produces exciting works using the "warm glass"
Johnston was born in Glasgow and attended Carlisle Art College where he found that he was inspired by monochrome formats and eventually turned to photography. He later worked as a photographer producing work for several prestigious publications including Vogue and I-D Magazine. However, he eventually returned to his original calling and began to paint again. His work draws the eye with anonymous figures and minimal, generic settings that evoke powerful emotions.
Alistair was the son of a Polish electrician and his family moved to Scotland when he was five years old. He originally pursued a career as an architect but when he was made redundant he decided to return to art which had been his passion during his school days. His landscapes celebrate Fife and are notable for their threatening skies and incredible use of light. He showcased the region without shying away from the often bleak quality of what he saw. Sadly Alistair Marcol passed away in 2013.
We are also delighted to feature original works by Nick Potter, Catriona MacEachen and Deborah Phillips. We have no doubt that collectors will be drawn to our stunning oils, acrylics and glass sculptures by leading contemporary artists working in and inspired by Scotland. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the artwork and we will be glad to help, or read more about buying original art and understanding the background of Scottish art.