Matt Herring a portrait artist joins the Diane Hutt Gallery with his stunning female portraiture collection of limited edition prints. The style encompasses the relationship between the human form and the natural world. In a breath-taking blend of antiquity and modernity.
Matt has been an artist for over 25 years. His work is widely collected and has been displayed in venues as diverse as independent galleries, London Underground stations, Bollywood film theatres and the Royal Albert Hall. Commissions have come from the BBC, The National Theatre, and Guy Ritchie’s production team. The Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli owns a huge portrait of himself that Matt created for the British Academy exhibition at the Guardian Newspaper. Of 2,500 Time Out covers published since 1968, one of Matt’s, celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. This was included in the top 50 and hung in the 50 Years 50 Covers exhibition in the London Brand Museum. Alongside works from Banksy and Tracey Emin, as well as being featured in the accompanying book.