Goodman Community Center | For the Love of Color - At the Ballweg…

For the Love of Color - At the Ballweg Gallery in April 2024

Art by George Hutson and his daughter Nancy Hutson

March 31, 2024 |
“I’m Big Orange” by George Harold Hutson, acrylic on canvas, 27" x 21"

Artist Statement

We both loved colorful patterns and whimsical images and loved laughing at what we created. My father was a dinosaur enthusiast and brought his boyish imagination to the canvas. I love drawing spontaneously and watching as the image evolves. It’s a joy to see our work together.

A reception will be held April 5 from 6-8 p.m. in Goodman’s Ironworks.

For more information, visit Nancy Hutson's Facebook.

About the Ballweg Gallery

Goodman Center's Diane Endres Ballweg Gallery displays work by emerging and contemporary artists with a tie to Madison. It's free and open for all to enjoy — check out our latest exhibit off the main entrance of our Ironworks Building.

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