Artist and illustrator Emma Scutt graduated from Norwich School of Art in 1992 with a 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. Please browse the photos on the right-hand side, and email with any enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm having a sale of prints and originals I have hanging around in my studio*
There are original watercolours and prints from my three Walthamstow calendars, plus prints of my portraits of William Morris and Grayson Perry.
Giclee prints on fine etching paper - original price £45 mounted/£55 framed.
Now £25 mounted/£35 framed:
EMD cinema, The Nags Head, The Chequers, The Rose& Crown, The Bell, Lighthouse church, Walthamstow library, The Coppermill, L.Manze, Walthamstow market, William Morris, Grayson Perry
Walthamstow marshes, Walthamstow Library, L. Manze, Walthamstow Market, The Castle, The Chequers, Cafe Bonito, Old Town Hall, Walthamstow Town Hall, The Assembly Hall (Christmas), Lloyd Park, St.Mary's Church, Orford Road, Hornbeam Cafe, George Monoux College, Gnome House, Thorpe Coombe Hospital.
You can view pictures of all the above illustrations - on the right hand column click on the "Walthamstow calendar" and "portraits" pages.
Or you can order from me direct: email@example.com
I've just started work on a mural for Kelmscott School in Walthamstow. The theme is anti-FGM and it should be completed by second week of July (if the rain holds off!), so I'll post photos then.
news from nowhere
I recently finished painting my sixth Little Free Library. The theme is the Walthamstow marshes, and you can see it in a front garden on Springfield Road in Walthamstow. One of the owners of the little free library wrote a lovely blog about it which you can read here.
Click here to read more about the Little Free Library UK Project, and how you can have one installed in your own front garden or school.
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: