Photographic prints of plants and flowers grown in the garden and allotment of artist Kevin Dutton. Here you can buy limited edition fine art prints, sign up to my newsletter for regular information and view examples of framed work.
On 1st -2nd March I will be leading a botanical photography workshop at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. See here for details :
My work has also recently been shown at art fairs in Stockholm, Manchester, London and New York City. My work will be exhibited at the following shows this spring:
Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London on 7-10 March
Midcentury Modern, Dulwich, London on 10th March
Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House, Dulwich, London on 11/12 and 18/19 May
An exhibition called Feast of Edition at the Gallery Lee & Bae in Busan, Korea has included nine of my Chromogenic prints and five Giclee prints, on show alongside Lithographic prints by Korean artist Kim Chong Hak. The intention of the show was to celebrate edition printing and each year the gallery choose a Korean artist and a western artist. Last year at this time, the gallery showed works by Chun Kyung-Ja and Andy Warhol.
Gas Gallery also sell my prints including larger editions of my work, framed and unframed. They have shown my work at the Buy Art Fair in Manchester , Design Junction in central London and they sell my work at The Affordable Art Fair in London, Stockholm and New York. Here’s a feature including a clip from me doing an interview at the fair last year with the German TV arts program Euromaxx, discussing The Affordable Art Fair and online gallery Riseart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=As9S8Y38k6Y.
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