Brian Tutt has a very imaginative reaction to all things visual, which is reflected, in his work. He has qualifications in photography and has a Fine Arts Degree from the University of Hertfordshire. He has twice won the University’s Arts Faculty prizes.
Brian’s work has been exhibited and sold in a wide range of private and public galleries, including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. He is permanently represented by the internet gallery “New British Artists” and exhibits every year at The London Affordable Art Fair with the Tripod Gallery. He has works in private collections in the U.K. and Europe.
About Brian Tutt’s work
Brian Tutt’s work is often steeped in an ambiguous atmosphere where his imagination has transformed an observed place, figure or object into a unified painting, the meaning of which is open to interpretation.
Many of the paintings use challenging compositions and moods to express a tension, uncertainty and an unresolved ed narrative quality. Even in an apparently straightforward landscape or still life, there are signs that the artist has played with different levels of reality.
Some of Brian’s more recent work presses up against the borderline between highly edited realism and abstraction.