I find myself saying this to my students at Georgetown University every semester. The approach, technique and style you deploy in your painting really depends on what you are trying to say with your work. Not every artist needs to begin their work in the same fashion.
I always appreciate the emails and comments I receive from students, artists and those curious enough to write. This blog post is for those of you that have asked me me questions over the years about my thoughts regarding my work, influences and how I envision my work moving forward. I think this post is best written in a question and answer format because I receive a lot of questions from students writing essays for school or studying my work in college and desiring to know more about me.
Creativity ebbs and flows. Life brings with it times of plenty regarding creativity and can also be peppered with dry spells. I don't always want to create something and it's a constant challenge finding ways to be creative. The major take away from the following list: Persevere, try to surround yourself with creative individuals and make it a central part of your daily routine.
Scott Hutchison's Paintings, Drawings and Animations depict the figure in a sequence of events. His artwork portrays a complex and abstract world where time, the self and our perceptions are an illusion. Scott Hutchison lives near Washington DC and teaches painting and drawing at Georgetown University and The Art League His work has been widly exhibited throughout the United States. Keep up to date on exhibition announcements, educational videos and studio happenings here on this website and on social media: Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Youtube.