Birds - Graphite Pencil Triptych

A combination of thoughts and images showing my journey forward on the triptych called "Birds"  This image illustrates what the final piece will look like when I am finished. It is a digital collage put together with about 10 layers of images and 4 photos in photoshop.  It is my sketch and helps guide me compositionally.

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Birds - digital collage - drawing

Fragmented - Digital Animation

I have restarted a piece I began working on in 2011. It is called Fragmented. This is my first piece that is completely painted digitally. I am using a technique called Rotoscoping . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotoscoping This project contains 827 stills and each painting takes about an hour to complete. Only 827 hours? Insane! But I have an insane sleep schedule sooo… Anyways, I think it could be a killer project and have quite an impact when it’s finished.

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Scott Hutchison - Fragmented - Digital Painted Animation

Flowers & Landscape in Graphite

My process of creating is not bound by any one subject or approach. It is an honest connection within myself, the world around us and the medium I have chosen. I particularly enjoy the linear and figurative elements of foliage. Branches and pedals twist on themselves and reach through the composition.

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Landscape drawing by Scott Hutchison

What to do when your art fails.*

 I have spent 20+ hours on a piece of art that frankly, needs to burn. What happened? This drawing is not in anyway what I intended it to be. It fails in so many ways. One: It is drawn sloppily. Two: It is Tacky. Three: It has a labored, overworked feel when you see it upon close inspection. Four: It poses to be more than it is, trying too hard to fit in.

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Scott Hutchison's Drawing called Hold - He hates this piece.

Art League Classes

Scott Hutchison's year round teaching Schedule at the Art League is listed here. He teaches additional classes in the summer including figure drawing. You can see the full list of classes he teaches on this page.

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Art League Demonstration Thumbnail by Scott Hutchison

Triptych - Figure Drawings

Though they are unfinished I thought I would post this triptych to document my progress.  My studio space is small and therefore they were composed and drawn separately. It is important that each image carries its own weight and works by itself, however these photos help me study their appearance as a group.

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Scott Hutchison - Triptych- Graphite Figure Drawing Triptych

Community Canvas - Public Art Project at The Art League

The Art League asked me to come up with an interactive public art project to help commemorate their 60th Anniversary. It was a puzzle mural that anyone could take part in. In January 2014 anyone could walk into the gallery and work on a supplied puzzle piece and add it to the wall. These are photos of the piece being created. You can see there are drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, etc. I have been told that the Community Cnvas will be reassembled later this year in a new location.

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Scott Hutchison Community Canvas Public Art Project at the Art League

Drawing Marathon - The Art League

As an instructor at the Art League I was invited to come to the event and do a free 2 hour drawing demonstration. I wish I had more documentation of the event and the process I used to draw this piece. The photos here are the results of the 2 hour pose.

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Scott Hutchison - Drawing Marathon Demo

Identity - Social Networking Self Portrait

The Proposal:  You have my name. Or am I just borrowing yours? You see our name or use Scott Hutchison on a daily basis. People you interact with, friends, family and acquaintances all understand our name to be YOURS.

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Solo Show - Adirondacks Lake Center for the Arts

The four animations pictured here are from my August 2012 Show at The Adirondacks Lake Center for the Arts.
The show title was: Faces, Forms, Illusions. There are multiple galleries at the Arts Center, and their walls are all painted in dark hues.

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Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts by Scott Hutchison