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”

My Little Pony and Friends an exhibition by Jay Hutchinson

Images of works and the installation of Jay Hutchinson’s exhibition My Little Pony and Friends on at Absolution in Christchurch until Saturday 28 March 2015…couldn’t get a good enough image of the My Little Pony Embroidery will upload it separately

My Little Pony and Friends a new exhibition by Jay Hutchinson

‘My Little Pony and Friends’ is a play on the awkward physiological progression of the male child into adolescence. When childhood fantasy dissolves and another emerges. This exhibition includes nine new works, eight hand-embroidered textile pieces depicting vandalised superheroes and Disney princesses and the recently completed ‘My Little Pony’. The pony took over 500 hoursContinue reading “My Little Pony and Friends a new exhibition by Jay Hutchinson”