Jay Hutchinsons Exhibition “Two cups and a Jimmy’s mince and cheese pie wrapper” opens at the Blue Oyster Project Space in Dunedin 5:30pm 20/4/18

two cups and a Jimmy’s mince and cheese pie wrapper Jay Hutchinson Saturday 21 April – Saturday 12 May Opening Preview: Friday 20 April, 5:30pm Looking to his immediate environment while following a psychogeographical model, Jay Hutchinson’s new exhibition, two cups and a Jimmy’s mince and cheese pie wrapper explores the familiar streets of ŌtepotiContinue reading “Jay Hutchinsons Exhibition “Two cups and a Jimmy’s mince and cheese pie wrapper” opens at the Blue Oyster Project Space in Dunedin 5:30pm 20/4/18″

Stitching The Street By Sian Van Dyk Originally Published in the Occasional Journal By Enjoy Gallery, Edited By Emma Ng 2016

    Jay Hutchinson, turn left at the end of the drive. Enjoy Public Art Gallery, 2016. Image courtesy of Shaun Matthews. “Do you live in Newtown?” she demanded. “No, sorry; Mount Victoria,” I offered. My sense of belonging was thrown when, arriving at the local school market to buy my weekly vegetables, I was approachedContinue reading “Stitching The Street By Sian Van Dyk Originally Published in the Occasional Journal By Enjoy Gallery, Edited By Emma Ng 2016”

DAMAGED

an exhibition of new and old work from five artists that showed with agallerypresents.com. Originally a small gallery in Dunedin ‘a gallery’ has become a forever evolving concept, supporting a group of artists that were once based in the small south island city that are now scattered across the globe. From Philip James Frosts brightContinue reading “DAMAGED”

Damaged

Painting/Printing up some posters for DAMAGED a group show at Black Coffee opening Saturday 2 April at 6:00pm. The exhibition features work from previous exhibitions at the old a gallery space in Dunedin as well as some new work created for the show. Artists include Philip James Frost, Jay Hutchinson, Sam Ovens and Justin Spiers

piece of rare text written by Philip James Frost…(I personally spent years trying to get a piece of text out of Philip…and then he nailed it)

GRIME-POP  To note, I believe that,”a painter should never describe his work a painter should only paint” Art to me is a continuous search to become better at the work I devote myself to. A distraction from the hustle of everyday life. I find myself starting the day’s work by fixing the shit I didContinue reading “piece of rare text written by Philip James Frost…(I personally spent years trying to get a piece of text out of Philip…and then he nailed it)”