“My compositions from fallen and forgotten timber are studies in the narrative beauty of wood. They are made to reveal timbers’ response to its environment over time, its unfashioned beauty, durability, and vulnerability. The origin of the material I use is central to my work. Whether it be discarded floorboards from a Victorian terraced house, a garden fence, a branch of Sycamore found in a scrub area that fringes the fields of the Sussex Downs, or a 40 year old Oak gate post, the sense of place is very important.”
Through his intricate landscapes, Wycliffe Stutchbury explores texture, colour and process, while expressing the nature of the material used. The title for each work refers to the location where the wood is found, emphasising the relationship of the material and its environment.
Born in 1965 in London, Wycliffe Stutchbury studied at the London College of Furniture and subsequently worked for 25 years as a furniture maker. He then later graduated from University Brighton with a BA Hons in 3D Craft in 2003 and co-founded the Blue Monkey Studio, a collective of Eastbourne based artists, in the same year.
Wycliffe has exhibited extensively in the UK and in the US and has works in international collections. In 1990, he was awarded a gold medal from the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers and more recently in 2009, he received the “Best Contribution to Show Award” from the Crafts Council for his work featured in “Origin 2009” at the Somerset House London.
Works by Liam Flynn, Eleanor Lakelin, Gareth Neal, Michael Peterson, Marc Ricourt, Wycliffe Stutchbury, Joseph Walsh and Nic Webb
Works by Aneta Regel, Eleanor Lakelin, Ernst Gamperl, Gareth Neal, Helen Carnac and David Gates, Jim Partridge, Joseph Walsh, Liam Flynn, Marc Ricourt, Michael Peterson, Nic Webb, Peter Marigold, Wycliffe Stutchbury.
New works by Maisie Broadhead, Christopher Duffy, Liam Flynn, Ernst Gamperl, David Gates, Eleanor Lakelin, Gareth Neal, Michael Peterson, Marc Ricourt, Joseph Walsh, Wycliffe Stutchbury.
For Design Miami/Basel 2015, Sarah Myerscough Gallery has selected artists whose works explore innovative conceptual and technical trends in contemporary woodworking, while engaging with the gallery’s multidisciplinary approach to art and design.
A selection of new works by our contemporary makers and designers.
The gallery will be participating again in the London Art Fair with new works by the artists: Maisie Broadhead, Alicia Dubnyckyj, Nicholas Jolly, James Lumsden, Andrew Mackenzie, Emily Moore, Jenny Pockley, Paul Riley, Andy Stewart and Wycliffe Stutchberry. The art fair will take place from the 21-25 January 2015 at the Business Centre on Upper Street, Islington, London.