GARDENING IN LINOCUT
18.00 - 18.30 GMT
WEDNESDAY 6 DECEMBER 2023
Rory Hutton is an artist and designer, well-known for the scarves he created for British institutions, the V&A and Buckingham Palace among them. Working primarily through the medium of linocut, this exhibition at Shapero Modern will be the first of his original work.
For this talk, Rory will guide attendees around the gallery and share his inspirations for the design and the techniques used. This is a unique opportunity to discover more about the artist and his works.
Limited places available. RSVP emailing: email@example.com.
Free talk, but registration essential.
Rory Hutton is an award-winning, Cambridge-based artist, print maker, and historian. Drawing upon his many inspirations, including architecture, theatre, opera, and dance, his collections of luxury silk scarves - featuring lively lino cuts and bold block designs - are testament to the strength of his passion for beautiful things and creative flair.
Since 2018, Rory Hutton has designed over 100 silk scarves for many of the UK's most prestigious arts and heritage institutions, including the Royal Opera House, The Royal Collection, British Museum, Westminster Abbey, and Victoria & Albert Museum, in response to their collections, performances, and exhibitions.
Rory was commissioned by Westminster Abbey in 2022 to create a scarf to celebrate The Queen's Platinum Jubilee; and in the same year, Rory designed scarves for The World of Stonehenge exhibition at the British Museum; Japan: Courts and Culture at The Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace; a range of merchandise for Glasgow's Burrell Collection, which has reopened its doors after a six-year refurbishment project; inspired! at Guildhall Art Gallery in the City of London; and a scarf for Kew Gardens, inspired by their Victorian Lily House, a collaboration with Kettle's Yard in Cambridge.
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