April illustration from the Walthamstow 2017 calendar: Walthamstow wetlands
Artist and illustrator Emma Scutt graduated from Norwich School of Art in 1992 with a BA (Hons) degree in Illustration, lives in London E17, and has been painting murals professionally since 2005.
As well as murals, commissions are also undertaken for illustrations, portraits and house paintings. Have a browse of the photos on the right, and if you have any enquiries please email: email@example.com
Emma has exhibited artworks at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, and in October 2016 her four portraits of FGM survivors were exhibited in the Houses of Parliament. Emma participates every year in the E17 Art Trail, and has produced and illustrated four Walthamstow calendars. Her portraits of refugee children were recently projected onto the side of a church in Walthamstow for "Advent(us)", a 24-day light projection project in collaboration with Gary Stewart and St Mary's Arts Collective.
Follow Emma on Twitter: @emmylouscutt
3 - 19 June 2017 the E17 Art Trail 2017 arts festival takes over Walthamstow.
My exhibition "Celebrating Women in STEM" will be at St Mary's Church, with portraits celebrating pioneering female chemists, astronauts, mathematicians and physicists. Watch this space for further updates!
Framed A4 prints are £50 - free delivery anywhere in E17 and surrounding areas. Unframed prints are £40 and can be posted. Have a browse of some prints over on the right hand side...
Walthamstow greetings cards & prints
Or you can order from me direct: firstname.lastname@example.org
William Morris Gallery
Last year I painted an FGM themed mural for Kelmscott School in Walthamstow, see photos here.
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Archive news stuff
Following a BBC news feature about how many UK murals have been neglected, painted over or boarded up, a photo of my school jungle mural was added to their website. Click on Weblink here, scroll along to last-but-one photo.
Hear the artist speak!
In 2012 I was interviewed by Whipps Cross radio station, click here to hear me talking about murals, vertigo, and being selected as a BT Storyteller for the London 2012 Olympics: