Community Canvas - Public Art Project at The Art League

Scott Hutchison Community Canvas Public Art Project at the Art League
The Art League asked me to come up with an interactive public art project to help commemorate their 60th Anniversary. It was a puzzle mural that anyone could take part in. In January 2014 anyone could walk into the gallery and work on a supplied puzzle piece and add it to the wall. These are photos of the piece being created. You can see there are drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, etc. I have been told that the Community Cnvas will be reassembled later this year in a new location.

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Release Form

Model Release form

By checking the box on the Scott Hutchison submission portrait form (here) you grant Scott Hutchison "The Artist"

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The last pencil drawing in the Triptych series called "Displaced". This piece like the others continues with my investigation of the moving image.

“Shift” is a layered drawing depicting the artist in a submissive pose analogous to a string-puppet or marionette.  The drawing illustrates a “Shift” or acceptance to an unseen actor, force or idea. 

This piece continues with my investigation of the moving image. But instead of creating multiple frames for an animation I wanted to spill a scene onto one page.

The Art League asked me to come up with an interactive public art project to help commemorate their 60th Anniversary. It was a puzzle mural
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