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3/18/2021
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Scott Hutchison
Scott Hutchison is an American 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. 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 Hutchison’s paintings and drawings are comprised of overlapping figures stitched together in one composition. His artwork is multifaceted, abstracted, and appears to be in motion – not just physically, but psychologically as well – evoking the idea that our identity is also in flux. Though we are singular beings, our psyche is not. We are molded in part by time and our life experiences.

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




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