do not enter alarmed area–Nigel Hutchinson
Opening a conversation with paintings and sculptures from the 16th Century to the present, this second collection by Nigel Hutchinson displays all his hallmark wit and insight. Artists as diverse and Brueghel (elder and younger), Lautrec, Paul Nash, Barbara Hepworth and Cezanne find themselves taking a skewed but searching view of the points at which life and art rub together, sometimes harmoniously, sometimes with greater friction. Humane, wry, always spirited, do not enter alarmed area. is a testament to the power of both words and images.
Nigel Hutchinson studied Fine Art, although he spent a lot of time reading. Words were never far from his work and images are never far from his writing. His work has appeared in The Emblem Of My Work and The Black Page exhibitions for the Laurence Sterne Trust and in various magazines. His debut collection, The Humble Family Interviews, was published by Cinnamon Press.