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    • Mary Hutchins
    • Skipping 2000
    • ink on paper: 42 x 77 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Like an Orchard 2005
    • ink on paper: 42 x 88.5 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Credences of Summer 2000
    • ink drawing: 42 x 88.5 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Winter Shine 2011
    • oil on canvas: 30 x 40 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Summer 2005
    • oil on canvas: 22 x 30 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Jellyfish in the Tropics 2004
    • oil on canvas: 22 x 30 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Happy Chinese New Year 1999
    • oil on canvas: 50 x 40 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Yellow Puzzle 1995
    • oil on canvas: 50 x 40 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Kitty's Garden 2009
    • oil on canvas (diptych): 50 x 80 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Turtle Pond 2003
    • oil on canvas: 22 x 30 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Pond II 2004
    • oil on canvas: 22 x 30 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Spring
    • oil on canvas: 22 x 30 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Indian Summer 1995
    • oil on canvas: 50 x 40 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Reliquiae 1999
    • ink on paper: 26 x 41 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Thinking in Chinese 1999
    • ink on paper: 26 x 41 inches
    • Mary Hutchins
    • Snowball / Camp Cupcake 2001
    • watercolor and ink on paper: 21.5 x 30 inches
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Mary Hutchins

American, b. 1945

Lyrical and expressive, Mary Hutchins’ oil paintings and drawings are reflective of her interest in music and movement, sound and light and the shifted, fractured way gestures can move across a canvas.  Other influences include works by other artists (Richard Serra’s in Kitty’s Garden) and oriental and asian characters, so much so that some of the works appear to be written in some mysterious and ancient language.  If the viewer allows the time to look at the paintings and absorb them fully, they return a spectacular gift.

Mary Hutchins received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in Painting in 1969.  Hutchins has twice been a recipient of the prestigious residency the the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire as well as the Margaret Nerone Prize granted by the Bristol Art Museum, Bristol, Rhode Island.

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