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For Designers

Rooms

See what Hugh's paintings look like within homes from Miami to Muskoka to Malibu. 

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Land has History

This large 33 X 30 painting combines collage with oil painting on canvas. Layered historical documents. land deeds and surveys, road plans, livestock records, canal manifests, and even a child burial rite tell us that the land we live on has seen many lives.

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Daily Duties

Part of the Accounting Collection: This mixed media painting is a combination of documents that tell a story of daily life. Grocery lists, expenses, bridge building and the constant turning of
the human mind.   

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Industrial Totems Collection

Tabletop sculptures reflect totems, emblematic depictions of our industrial age, “markers” of belief
in machines, labor, and tools as symbols of purpose and progress versus the power of animals and nature seen in other indigenous cultures.

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Highwayscapes

This body of work consists of drawings and paintings that use long, expressive strokes and primal mark making to explore the energy, concurrency, and beauty of what Hugh calls “highwayscapes.” 

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Circular Sightings

This work uses line, color, and shape to express the spirit and nature of our urban environment.
The collection explores abstract interpretations of “circular sightings” and emphasize the motion of life’s unquestioned spinning.

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Meandering Ways

The Meandering way series celebrates greenways. Think of happy colorful paths through urban places, with people, pets, trees, grass, and bicycles.

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Cigar Box Paintings

This series continues the tradition of painting on cigar boxes started by Richard Diebenkorn in the 60's.  The gray skies paintings seen here show how even a collection of small paintings can have presence in a room.

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