Scott Hutchison

15th Annual ARC Salon (2020-2021)

Scott Hutchison

United States

Scott Hutchison is a figurative artist based in the Arlington Virginia, inside the Washington DC Metro Area. He has over 20 years of combined teaching and professional art experience. After receiving his BFA at Drake University in Des Moines Iowa in 1995, Scott was awarded the Morris Lewis Fellowship from George Washington University where he received his Master of Fine Arts degree in painting in 1999. He is currently an Associate Professor of Practice in painting and drawing at Georgetown University in Washington DC and has a home studio in Arlington, Virginia.

 

Scott’s artwork has been featured in a variety of venues regionally and nationally. Most notably, his work was accepted for display in Dover Delaware at Biggs Body 2019 where his piece titled “Vertigo” was acquired by The Biggs Museum of American Art’s permanent collection. Recently, his work was on display for Mind|Body|Soul at The Smith Center for Healing Arts in Washington DC, Painting the Figure Now at The Zhou B Art Center in Chicago and Inside Out, Outside In at RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton NY. Highlights from his solo exhibition record include: Hybrids – Paintings by Scott Hutchison at Spagnuolo South, Georgetown University in Washington DC (2018) Synchronicity – Paintings by Scott Hutchison, at The Hillyer Arts Space in Washington DC (2016) and In Sequence, at the Blackrock Center for the Arts in Germantown Maryland (2014), In 2018, Scott received the highly competitive Strauss Artist Grant from Virginia’s Fairfax County Arts Council in acknowledgment of his artistic accomplishments.

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