Closing Soon | Amy Hutcheson: of weight and light and space…


For Memphis artist Amy Hutcheson, erasure has always been a positive act, a method of uncovering –or as she says “un-describing” – the physical properties of perceived forms so that she might establish a more faithful, more fully transcendent order beyond the superficial appearance of things. Beginning several years ago with the chaos of a massive, room-sized still life composed of objects of personal significance, Hutcheson embarked on her precarious duet with the eraser.
– Alan Pocaro

Closing this week! Stop by the gallery to view one of Chicago Magazine’s “Best of…” for January. Please contact the gallery by phone (312) 943-2354 or email to inquire about available works and pricing.

Hutcheson_MistakenIdentityofSilence

Mistaken Identity of Silence
Mixed media on paper
50 x 38 inches

"Idyllic Suburban Day Dreaming" 38x50 Mixed Media on Paper

Idyllic Suburban Day Dreaming
Mixed media on paper
38 x 50 inches

 

Hutcheson_Indulgence

 

Indulgence
Mixed media on paper
50 x 38 inches

Hutcheson_SevenSilentandEndlessConversations

Seven Silent and Endless Conversations
Mixed media on paper
50 x 38 inches