Quiet Depth in A Fading Light

  • 20" x 20"
  • Oil on Panel
  • Unframed
Reversed Her Hemispheres

  • 4" x 6'
  • Oil on Linen
  • Unframed

Inspired by Emily Dickinson: #378

I saw no Way — The Heavens were stitched —
I felt the Columns close —
The Earth reversed her Hemispheres —
I touched the Universe —

The focal areas of this painting all land within a cross formation. The vertical axis traces her strong and steady pose. Her piercing gaze at the viewer is intended to reflect this as well. Her breasts, hands and hair occupy the horizontal axis meant to illustrate that the body is an illusion. Her figure literally opens up into another form that is lying underneath. Her faces too are also a part of that same illusion. One with a strong frontal gaze and another that looks away, slightly concealed.


Artist Talk at The Hillyer Arts Space

Join us for our September CultureBlast: Artists in Conversation.
Each of our current exhibiting artists will take part in mini artist talks
about their work and creative process, in conversation with members
from Hillyer's Artist Advisory Committee, featuring:

Scott Hutchison + Jarvis Dubois
Suzi Fox + Duncan Tebow
Christian Brahe + Judy Byron


Synchronicity by Scott Hutchison - Hillyer Art Space

Scott Hutchison - Hillyer Arts Space Postacard
Recent Paintings by Scott Hutchison
at the Hillyer Art Space
Reception on Friday, September 2nd from 6-9pm
Location: 9 Hillyer Ct NW, 20008 Washington DC
Hillyer Art Space presents three new exhibitions opening on September’s 
First Friday, featuring Scott HutchisonSuzi Fox, and Christian Brahe.



A Glimpse
Three Sisters - A Moment Between


This painting represents a memory or moment in time where the separation of a present and past are an illusion. Two events are unfolding simultaneously.