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Support small businesses and the recovery of Pike Place Market.

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All items featured contribute a portion of proceeds to the Pike Place Market Foundation to help keep the Market strong!

 

Charitable Marketplace

Support Small Businesses and the Recovery of Pike Place Market. Shop Intentionally. Give Generously.

All items featured contribute a portion of proceeds to the Pike Place Market Foundation to help keep the Market strong!

 

Support the Recovery of Pike Place

Harris Harvey Gallery

Three Mangoes – mixed media by Richard Hutter

Richard Hutter – Three Mangoes
found-paper collage & acrylic on panel
10 x 10 inches

Seattle painter and printmaker Richard Hutter creates abstract works with a bold graphic sensibility. Unified by an ongoing exploration of organic forms seen through an architectural lens, the work combines a range of mediums: painting, collage, printmaking, and drawing. Over his career, Hutter has constructed a unique visual language of floral shapes and clean, repetitive forms created using drafting tools. His vocabulary conflates minimal and pop aesthetics with nostalgic languages of images and writings from textbooks and encyclopedias. In “Three Mangoes” Hutter incorporates vibrant fruit forms and organic shapes exuding a playful punch of energy. The artist’s love of surface, texture, and pattern dominates formal issues, symbolic, or conceptual concerns.

A printmaker by training, Richard Hutter has exhibited his work across the country over 25 years. His work has been included in a number of nationally organized exhibitions, including several juried by prominent museum curators. His work can be found in private and public collections, including University of Washington, Tacoma Art Museum, Swedish Medical Center and King County Public Art Collection.

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($75 of this product benefits the Market Recovery Fund.)

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