Wycliffe Stutchbury’s delicate landscapes are studies in texture, colour and process. He is led by the nature of the material, its textures, fissures and colours, and he maintains an intuitive approach, rather like stacking firewood. The work is an expression of wood’s fragile and yet robust ability to document the past. Each piece is constructed in discarded, found or forgotten timber sourced from one location, that place providing the title for the work.
2000-03 Brighton University, East Sussex
BA Hons 3D Crafts, First Class Honours
1998-2000 Eastbourne College of Arts and Technology, East Sussex
BTEC Foundation Course Art and Design
1985-87 London College of Furniture, London
BTEC Distinction, Advanced Design and Construction
2009 Origin 2009 Best Contribution to Show Award
1990 Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers Award
2014 COLLECT, with Contemporary Applied Arts, Saatchi Gallery, London
London Art Fair, Vigo Gallery, London
2013 London Art Fair, Jaggedart, London
Open West 2013 – Newark Park House and Cheltenham Art Gallery, Gloucestershire
Ffound, Woolff Gallery, London
2012 Winter Show, Jaggedart, London
Little Wonder, St Annes Galleries, Lewes
SOFA New York and Chicago, with Flow Gallery
The Shape of Things, Jaggedart, London
Summer Show, St Annes Galleries, Lewes
GRID, Vigo Gallery, London
2011 & 12 London Art Fair, Woolff Gallery, London
2010 Affordable Art Fair, Miami.
Towner Art Gallery, East Sussex
Affordable Art Fair, New York.
Origin 2010, Spitalfields Old Market. London.
Branching Out. Castle Howard, Yorkshire.
Branching Out Auction. Bonhams, London.
East Sussex Open, Towner, East Sussex.
Affordable Art Fair, London.
2009-10 Coppice. Rochester Art Gallery. Rochester, Kent.
2009 Origin 2009, Somerset House, London
Open Houses, Brighton, East Sussex.
Independent Photographers Gallery, Battle, East Sussex
2008 Bellis Gallery, Brighton
Liberty Gallery, Kings Hill, Kent.
2005 Permanent Gallery, Brighton
Contemporary Gallery, Brighton
2010 Crafts magazine, Talent Spot, Solo feature article
Sunday Times magazine, Feature article
Nepartism, Artist of the Month
2009 Crafts magazine, Front column piece
Financial Times, Trend Spotter feature
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