Jilly Sutton is a woodcarver and beautiful Devon landscape that surrounds her home contributes much to the sublime beauty of Jilly’s sculpture. ‘I love the sense of life you get from a tree, Jilly says. ‘It’s warmth, tactility, its long history. I love trees growing, I love the wildlife they support even as they die, and I love working with them, knowing the relationship between each different tree’s contours and where you cut in. She works only with trees indigenous with the UK that have been felled or have fallen. Her preferred wood is cedar or lime
Jilly's sculptures can be found in many prestigious collections including, Dartington Hall Trust, Sir Anthony Salz, McAlpine Family, Goodwood Sculpture Park, Wonford Hospital Exeter, Impact Foundation, Bangladesh, Art at the Edge, Olympics, The Scarlet Hotel, Cornwall, Greenway, National Trust, Buckfast Abbey, Lucida PILC Art Collection, P & O ‘Ventura’, The Prudential Art Collection, Kakitsubata, Tokyo, Portsmouth Grammer School, Bulgari Portrait, London, The RIBA, SAGA, Harrison Sutton Architects, Museum of Liverpool Life, Mary Wesley, Writer. National Portrait Gallery. Hatfield House, Cecil family, Cornworthy Church, Devon.
Jilly Sutton is represented at Wimbledon Fine Art by Judy Stafford of Stafford Gallery. For further information please visit: www.staffordgallery.co.uk or call 020 8944 6593 or 07939 048 436 or email firstname.lastname@example.org