Robin Duttson's illuminating 'Bullfinch, Great Tit and Roses', 2013


Pantone's Colour of the Year 2021 | Explore our curated selection of Ultimate Gray + Illuminating Yellow artworks by Susan Aldworth, Sebastian Burdon, Ryan Callanan, Robin Duttson, Ed Hodgkinson, Lawrie Hutcheon & Christian Newton...


This year Pantone has chosen two colours for 2021: Ultimate Gray + Illuminating Yellow, highlighting how different elements come together to support one another and to best express the mood for Pantone Color of the Year 2021.


<em><span style="color: #808080;">Susan Aldworth's Respondences 3 and 8</span></em> Susan Aldworth's 'Respondences 8'


The 9 prints in Susan Aldworth’s new Respondences suite are responses to Victor Pasmore’s intriguing Correspondences suite made in 1974. In this new body of work, Aldworth brings a feminine eye to this philosophical, romantic and sexual suite of Pasmore’s prints.


Susan Aldworth's 'Respondences 3', 2018


Ed Hodgkinson's, strikingly graphic monochromatic prints set eloquent gestural lines against flatly intense colour fields, creating lyrical compositions that flicker between the abstract and the representational.


'A - Hair Up', by Ed Hodgkinson, 2017


Ed Hodgkinson's 'K (Madelaine, stretching)', 2010


Lawrie Hutcheon’s beautiful and mesmerising artworks are all about colour. His lenticular circles constantly shift in form and change hue as you move past them - they are impossible to ignore. Hutcheon uses simple geometric forms, such as concentric circles so that the viewer is more receptive to the colours and therefore experiences the art without the distraction of figurative forms. You can view our ONLINE CATALOGUE here.


Lawrie Hutcheon's autostereoscopic lens 'Sun Dew', 2018


Through combining words and images from popular culture, Ryan Callanan creates nostalgic, playful images that are both accessible and highly technically accomplished.



'Home (Grey)' by Ryan Callanan, 2017


Ryan Callanan's 'Acid Underground', 2014


Sebastian Burdon aims to encourage the practice of regenerating popular ideas, avoiding conforming to common approaches on subjects. The aim of his art is to express what cannot be express with words. He encourages the viewer to look at surrounding world and question it in derisive, unorthodox way.


Sebastian Burdon's ultimate gray 'Share the Love M', 2020


Composition is the key to Christian Newton's practice, working across mediums. Placing materials, colours or images together, a compositional quest for the right fit begins. The fit may result in a collision, a seamless association, or both it just has to be right.



Christian Newton's 'Painted Curve Untitled No. 3', 2017


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