Andrew will be among many artists exhibiting work in Helmsley, North Yorkshire at the Look Gallery's "Artist's Studio Spring Clean Sale".
For those of you looking out for the date of Andrew Hutchinson’s annual art show (usually held at Sunnyfield House, Guisborough at this time of year) we are sorry to say that, owing to the pressure of commercial work, we are unable to put together an exhibition this year. This will be the first time in 35 years that we have not done the November show - we hope to be back next year as usual.
If you want to see the work of some of Britain's best wildlife artists, get yourself along to Goredale Garden Centre, Chester High Road (A540), Burton, South Wirral, CH64 8TF this weekend.
Andrew will be showing the paintings shown below (among many more) at the annual Exhibition of Wildlife Art which will be open over this coming weekend (26th - 28th July). It will be open from 9.30am - 6.00pm on Friday and Saturday, 11.00am - 5.00pm on Sunday. Admission is free and all artworks on show will be for sale.
If you can't get along in person, however, don't despair. The exhibition will also be online at www.ewa-uk.com where all the artists work will be available to view and purchase.
Andrew will be exhibiting several of his paintings (including this of three delightful raccoon kits), along with many of the country's leading wildlife artists, at the annual Exhibition of Wildlife Art over the weekend of 26th - 28th July in the light and spacious gallery of Goredale Garden Centre, Chester High Road (A540), Burton, South Wirral, CH64 8TF. The exhibition will be open from 9.30am - 6.00pm on Friday and Saturday, 11.00am - 5.00pm on Sunday. Admission is free and all artworks on show will be for sale.
However, if you can't get along in person don't despair. The exhibition will also be online at www.ewa-uk.com where all the artists work will be available to view and purchase.
Andrew's miniature paintings are once again on show at The Mall Galleries in London (Sat Nav: SW1Y 5AH) as the members Royal Miniature Society gather to host their annual exhibition and awards. Andrew has six paintings on show, two of which (see below) have scooped awards. But if you want to see them you'll have to be quick as the exhibition is only on until 1.00 p.m on 9th December (admission is free).
If you liked the set of stamps that Andrew produced for the Jersey Post this year to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (see the June 2018 blog), then there is a chance to see some of the original artworks at Andrew's one-day exhibition held in North Yorkshire this November. The venue is Sunnyfield House, Westgate, Guisborough TS14 6BA on Saturday 17th November (10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.) and entry if free.
In addition to the stamp artwork (including the young tawny owl [shown above]) there will be original paintings (including this handsome Aplomado falcon [shown right]), limited edition prints and cards on sale. It is also a chance to come along and have a chat with the artist himself.
For further enquiries please contact Andrew on 01751 430637
To celebrate 150 years of the Jersey Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Andrew has been commissioned by the Jersey Post to produce a set of postage stamps.
Each stamp represents a different aspect of the society's invaluable work as well as celebrating the work of their volunteer helpers. Published on the 25th May, they will be available for 2 years and can be purchased direct from:
Andrew recently scooped three awards at the annual exhibition of The Hilliard Society of Miniaturists including the prestigious "Best in Show". His painting of a red squirrel (just 128mm x 94mm) took all three prizes - a great honour considering the excellent standard of the other entires.
Andrew's paintings, alongside all the other entries, can be seen (and purchased) in an online gallery at:
We'd like to apologise to anyone hoping to see Andrew's exhibition starting this weekend at RSPB Saltholme on Teesside. Unfortunately the bad weather has made it difficult to get over the moors to set it up - we hope to remedy this early next week.
In the meantime why not check out the new limited edition prints on our gallery page - among them this striking Roe Deer Buck.
Wildlife artist and naturalist