Enid Hutt Gallery is delighted to announce the anticipated opening of it’s stunning new gallery in the heart of Aberdeen on Union Street. The gallery boasts an extensive array of prints and original artwork and mirrors.
Having the Kirkcaldy gallery as one of the largest galleries in Scotland we knew we had to make an impression if we were to join the high impact city, so we found 500 Union Street and our vision was complete.
Although Enid Hutt herself is very much a part of the business this new venture is an exciting project for her sons Kevin and Clarke. The boys have been a part of the gallery for their whole lives but they are delighted to announce the new Aberdeen gallery as a fresh new beginning for them.
The new Aberdeen gallery will be open Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm, closed Sunday, Monday.
Contact details are as follows:
Enid Hutt Gallery – 500 Union Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1TT – Tel: 01224 643500
The Enid Hutt Gallery is delighted to announce the anticipated launch of Sculpture-Gallery.co.uk Stunning limited edition sculpture from artists like Salvador Dali and Michael Talbot with some of the most amazing and detailed bronze sculpture available today. We have an array of standing sculptures but also stock an amazing selection if wall sculptures by Artisan House. Metal wall art is another popular choice for many sculpture fans and interior enthusiasts alike, Artisan House is a US collaboration of artists and metals workers making and designing contemporary metal wall art at a reasonable price.
We have held a large selection of collectible sculptures and wall art for some time and Sculpture Gallery can help showcase this fabulous collection giving them the attention they deserve. Our collections consists of various medium, hot cast bronze, cold cast bronze, brightly coloured cold cast porcelain and hand painted resin, the latter being favoured by the likes of Doug Hyde and Peter Smith.
If you enjoy animal sculptures then the Richard Cooper Bronze collection is for you.Richard Cooper Bronze is one of our larger collections and include a vast range of animal and figurative lead designs. Included in the collection is Michael Simpson, a classic bronze artist with subject varying from Stags, Hares, Owls and various international wildlife, there is also a fantastic range of miniature open edition sculptures from Butler and Peach consisting of various wildlife and farm animals, always great for gifts.
You can visit Sculpture Gallery here.
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.
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. Since 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.
We 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.
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.