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Bricolage / Discrete Series June 6 - 30

2015.Bricolage

June 6-30, 2015
Bricolage / Discrete Series: an empirical exhibition
the gallery / Passages Bookshop
17 SE Third Avenue, Suite 502 (corner of Ankeny, top floor), Portland, Oregon
Opening reception Saturday, June 6, noon - 3 pm

David Abel asked for one of my typewritten works for a show that he says "pulls together as many different kinds of images as I can ... different in as many different ways as I can imagine."

— Linda Hutchins, June 2, 2015 / Leave a Comment

Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology

My typewritten work is featured in a two-page spread in Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology by Barrie Tullett, published last year by Laurence King Publishing Ltd.

— Linda Hutchins, June 1, 2015 / Leave a Comment

Drawing in Silver and Gold

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My silver wall drawings receive mention in Drawing in Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper Johns, the catalog for the exhibition currently on view at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Kudos and thank you to Susan Schwalb, one of three living artists and the only woman in the show, and thank you to Bruce Weber, author of the chapter "Modern and Contemporary Drawing in Metalpoint."

— Linda Hutchins, June 1, 2015 / Leave a Comment

Dwell Magazine

2015.Dwell

The studio receives some gorgeous press in Dwell Magazine this month in an eight-page feature article on the Bowstring Truss House. The drawing suite Torrent appears in a two-page photo of the living area (above and detail below), and a view of the studio follows on the next spread. Thank you to Brian Libby for his generous text and to Matthew Williams for his stunning photographs, and deepest gratitude to all who helped to make this dream come true: Works Partnership Architecture, Don Tankersley Construction, Christi Carter & Associates Interior Design, and Samuel H. Williamson Associates Landscape Architecture.

... much of my aesthetic as an artist has to do with editing things out, paring things, until some kind of essence is revealed. That also applies to the way the design of the house evolved.

—Linda Hutchins, quoted by Brian Libby in "Living in Concert," Dwell Magazine, June, 2015

— Linda Hutchins, June 1, 2015 / Leave a Comment