HUTCHINSON, James Lawrence

1982 - ?

James Hutchinson

James Lawrence Hutchinson, was born in Torbay, Devon, eldest child of James D. Hutchinson and his wife Clare C. née Willson, who married at Weymouth, Dorset in 1978. James studied at the Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design in London 1995-2004. An art teacher at Ipswich School being inspired by CÚzanne in his paintings and drawings, and to achieve a balance between looking and observation. His oil paintings use colour more expressively and he feels Picasso looking over his shoulder to check that he is working hard enough and that he is moving on from the influence of CÚzanne. His interest is in the changing seasons, the colours and the sensation of being outside, spending most of his time in woods looking through trees to the sky looking through branches to make a fragmented view. Artist in residence at Helmingham Hall Gardens in Suffolk, and has had solo exhibitions at Vortex Jazz Bar Gallery, Stoke Newington, London; The Truman Brewery Gallery, Brick Lane, London; The JLV Gallery, Cambridge Heath Road, London; Cello York Street, London; North House Gallery, Manningtree, Essex and in Suffolk at The Cross, 'Lots of Little Lines', Woodbridge; Ipswich School Festival of Music; The Galley, Woodbridge and elsewhere, with mixed shows in London, Norwich, Ipswich, Aldeburgh, Manningtree and in Tuscany, Italy. Known at 'Hutch' he lives at Hall Farm Road, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk.

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