The Art of Wonder

Inspired by the transformative power of creativity, Royal Salute’s cultural programme, The Art of Wonder, offers a contemporary interpretation of the traditional pursuit of great art for a new generation of connoisseurs.

Exploring the intrinsic parallels between the ancient craft of whisky making and the inspiring world of art, The Art of Wonder provides artists with a platform to break new creative ground, while encouraging those who encounter the work to deepen their exploration of artistic expression.


Each year, Royal Salute invites a visionary artist to create a bespoke artwork that pays tribute to the craft of whisky production, a piece designed to transcend tradition and inspire an unforgettable sense of wonder. Each piece is paired with a spectacular 53-Year-Old Scotch Whisky, meticulously hand-crafted by Royal Salute Master Blender, Sandy Hyslop.


Join us as we follow the artists’ journeys of inspiration, delve into their unique ways of working and witness the construction of their masterpieces.

Time Chamber By Conrad Shawcross

The second edition of Royal Salute’s Art of Wonder series sees a remarkable collaboration with acclaimed British artist, Conrad Shawcross. Specialising in the craft of sculpture, Shawcross’ work is chiefly inspired by the concept of time and space and the exploration of the cosmos. His striking geometric pieces blur the boundaries between art, physics, mathematics and philosophy, inspiring profound thought.

Displayed in public and architectural installations as well as several major solo exhibitions, his complex work captivates and inspires audiences around the world, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible at the borders of science and art.

Discover the sculpture

Official Partner of Frieze Art Fair

Royal Salute is thrilled to be continuing our partnership with Frieze London for a second year, celebrating the best of contemporary art from around the world. Frieze is one of the world’s most influential and exciting art fairs, focusing purely on contemporary art and living artists, and will be returning to The Regent’s Park in London this October. 

Past collaborations