Daniel Hutchinson at Angell Gallery's 2011 Summer Group Show
Modern Toronto, August 16, 2011
Daniel Hutchinson’s paintings are typified by the mantra of ‘all black everything’ as rare colour usage, when present, is minimal and bright, layered upon masked black painted imagery. Upon viewing Hutchinson’s work in a gallery setting one realizes how fundamentally important light is in absorbing the purpose of his brush strokes. As light bounces off the canvas, like grooves on fresh vinyl, you are forced to shift your physical position to reveal the subject of his work. Check out Daniel’s work at Angell Gallery’s summer group show on now until August 20th.