Exclusively representing

Andrew Hutchinson

Andrew Hutchinson's Profile Photo

Feathers, scales or fur – they all come out perfectly when painted by British nature artist Andrew Hutchinson. Living on the North York Moors, Andrew is so passionate about nature that he’s a part-time ranger with the Forestry Commission and monitors the activity of adders and certain bird species in his area to help conserve them. Being out and about, experiencing nature, is a crucial source of inspiration him in his work, and Andrew loves the area where he lives. The way nature, as the ultimate recycler, reclaims and transforms objects with decay is endlessly fascinating to him. He also enjoys looking at Jurassic fossils and Oriental antiques.

Training

Andrew has an NDD in illustration from the Cleveland College of Art and Design.

Approach

Andrew paints with acrylic on board. Many of his pictures are inspired by the infinite variety and complexity that are produced in the natural world, particularly in the area of texture and colour. I paint in acrylic on board and many of the paintings I produce are inspired by the infinite variety of texture and colour that exists in the natural world.

Style

Andrew’s style is a form of enhanced realism. He aims to achieve an accurate, realistic representation but with a little added something that only a painting can give. Influences include Alan Hunt, Terence Lambert, Robert Bateman and Ray Harris-Ching.

Awards

Royal Society of Miniature Artists, Sculptors and Gravers - Mall Galleries London 2014.

Client list

Yorkshire Tea Land Rover The Automobile Association Reader’s Digest Barclays Dorling Kindersley Bacardi Sainsbury’s Royal Canin New York Botanical Gardens Jacquie Lawson e-cards Time Warner
Want to discuss a commission?
Ram Golden Ale
Andrew Hutchinson paints a proud Ram for Exmoor Ales.
Ram Golden Ale
A Miniature Success
Andrew Hutchinson wins awards with his miniature wildlife paintings.
A Miniature Success
Solo Wildlife Exhibition
An exhibition of Andrew Hutchinson's most recent work is taking place this Saturday 17th November.
Solo Wildlife Exhibition
A Miniaturist Winner
Andrew Hutchinson comes away with three awards at the Hilliard Society of Miniaturists Annual Exhibition.
A Miniaturist Winner
150 Years of the JSPCA
Andrew Hutchinson illustrates a set of stamps for the Jersey Post to celebrate the JSPCA's 150th Anniversary.
150 Years of the JSPCA
A Pup called Trouble
An endearing coyote executed by Andrew Hutchinson appears on the front cover of a HarperCollins publication.
A Pup called Trouble
Year of the Dog Tea
Luxury tea producers Newby Tea ask Andrew Hutchinson to illustrate their limited edition caddy.
Year of the Dog Tea
Christmas Shortbread
Andrew Hutchinson's biscuit tin illustrations perch on Marks & Spencer's shelves.
Christmas Shortbread
Exhibition Wildlife Art
This weekend sees an exhibition of the world's leading wildlife artists including the talented Andrew Hutchinson.
Exhibition Wildlife Art
Red Deer in the Highlands
Andrew Hutchinson's spectacular art sits well on a M&S Christmas shortbread tin.
Red Deer in the Highlands
Brewtopia
Andrew Hutchinson breaths life into a new range of teas from Yorkshire Tea
Brewtopia
Nature in Detail
Meet wildlife artist Andrew Hutchinson this Easter at his exhibition 'Nature in Detail'.
Nature in Detail
Taylors Herbal Teas
Andrew Hutchinson uses his incredible realism to illustrate the Taylors of Harrogate herbal tea range.
Taylors Herbal Teas
Miniature Painting Awards
Andrew Hutchinson is delighted to have won two awards for his miniature paintings.
Miniature Painting Awards
Brian Blessed Green Man
Get to see some of Andrew Hutchinson's more unusual paintings at an exhibition in Cleveland.
Brian Blessed Green Man
Teabag Advent
Andrew Hutchinson paints a chilly scene for Taylors of Harrogate's Yorkshire Tea.
Teabag Advent
Miniature Pears
Andrew Hutchinson scoops the top prize at this year's Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors and Gravers annual exhibition.
Miniature Pears
Yorkshire Day
Andrew Hutchinson celebrates Yorkshire Day with Taylors of Harrogate Yorkshire Tea.
Yorkshire Day
Going for Gold!
Going for Gold!