Christina Hutchings

Bermudian, b. 1953

Pen on paper with Color-Aid paper


Collection of Bermuda National Gallery

Whilst allowing herself to be led by an intuitive sense of discovery in the studio, Hutchings attributes her time spent in New York, working as a designer and architect, to the studied way that she conceptualises and develops an idea. On taking an interdisciplinary approach to artmaking, she says, “I think my work across a variety of media stems from study, my work in architecture and my interest in the development of abstraction,” citing post-Impressionist painter Paul Cézanne as an influence.

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