Hugo Dalton graduated with First Class Honours from Goldsmith's College. The artist is best known for his 'wall drawings' and age-old genre that he is constantly reinventing. His work is firmly rooted in the tradition of drawing from life, using modern materials and techniques to achieve subtle and striking artworks.
Commissions include: for Barney's New York, Derwent London and a set for Christopher Wheeldon's work at Sadler's Wells. He also has a permanent work in Liberty of London, and has completed many private residence commissions worldwide. His collectors range from David Roberts to Sam Parker Bowles, Anthony de Rothschild, Nam Lu Pat, Kay Saatchi and the Today Art Museum, Bejing.
Andipa Contemporary is proud to present The Secret Language of Flowers, a group exhibition showcasing the work of eight artists with their own contemporary take on the age-old motif of the flower and its meaning in art and life today. Running from 12 May to 6 June 2011 at Andipa Gallery, Knightsbridge, the show coincides with the biggest international celebration of the flower: The Chelsea Flower Show, taking place a stone's throw from the gallery.
THE SECRET LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS artists: Henny Burnett, Jodie Carey, Hugo Dalton, Tony Heywood, Lynn Lu, Kate Street, Yuken Teruya, Clare Twomey