Limited edition photographic prints from botanical artist Kevin Dutton, inspired by classical painting and illustration. Here you can securely buy prints (including framed and mounted work), sign up to the newsletter for regular information and view examples of framed artwork.

Gold medal winner at the RHS Botanical Art and Photography Show.

My art is high resolution, hyperreal botanical photography, creating studies and compositions from the plants and flowers I grow in my garden and allotment in South London. Framed and unframed limited edition prints are available through my website and at art fairs. My work is also sold by a number of galleries and agents in the UK and abroad.

This spring I will be taking part in four exhibitions. Spring shows with The Art Buyer and Gas Gallery are now over but soon I will be taking part in the Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House on May 7-16. This year, the open house will generally be a virtual one but, for anyone wishing to see my work and visit me at my home studio in East Dulwich, I’m arranging socially-distanced appointments in the afternoons of 8, 9, 15 & 16 May. All you need to do is email or call me (see the CONTACT PAGE) to discuss the details. You’ll be able to see framed, mounted and unframed artwork in all sizes. There are also boxes of prints and a browser to show a much wider range of work than I would normally exhibit at a show. More info here: Dulwich Festival website.

I’m also be one of the artists showing at Super Nature at The Garden Museum in London on May 21-23. Last year’s show in October was so enjoyable, I’m delighted to be back there again alongside a great line-up of botanical painters, illustrators and photographers.

I have taught botanical photography at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and West Dean College, Sussex. My next course is a weekend course at West Dean on 23-25 July. I think there’s only one place left now, here are the details.

I showed my work at the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival.

My work is shown at art fairs worldwide, recently in Stockholm, Manchester, London and New York City. 

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. Previously, the gallery showed works by Chun Kyung-Ja and Andy Warhol.

Link to a podcast from Newlands Plants last year:

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