Invisible Landscapes presents new work by artist Edward Hutchison which encourages us to deepen our connection with the natural environment. This is Edward's second one man show at the gallery within the past two years.
The exhibition brings together paintings created by the artist over the past two years, which shed light on intimate elements of nature. From the energy of complex root systems to the vigour of the dawn chorus, the life force of ancient oak trees to the harmony of wildflowers, Hutchison creates evocative abstract images in watercolour, favouring this medium for the depth of rich colour achieved by layering individual washes and the “magical challenge” it offers the artist.
To view the 100 page e-cataloge click here.
More work by Edward can be seen at Bankside Gallery in London so if you can't make it The Wykeham Gallery then do go along to Bankside Gallery (48 Hopton St, London SE1 9JH) where a seperate collection of paintings will hang from 27th April to 8th May.