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The Three Sisters

Oil on Canvas | 32 x 20 in. | 2012 

The Three Sisters, depicts three wind-swept Sabal Palms swaying with the tradewinds along the Florida coastline. Three Gulls wade in the foreground, foraging in the tide pools before sunset.


The Three Sisters | Oil on canvas | 32 x 20 In.

Silent Camp, The Royal Poinciana

Oil on Canvas | 40 x 60 in. | 2012 

Painted in 2012 Silent Camp has been in Hutchinson's personal studio collection. Capturing the quintessential Florida scene, Silent Camp, features many of the elements that distinguishes Hutchinson's landscape paintings; Florida marsh land, a Royal Poinciana, Native dugout, and a thatched hut.

Recognized for his work on Brighton and Big Cypress Reservations, Hutchinson's paintings depicting the life and views of the Florida Seminole Tribes is historically significant and unique to the artist.

SILENT CAMP, ROYAL POINCIANA | Oil on canvas | 40 x 60 In.

Jupiter Island, FL

Oil on Canvas | 18 x 24 in. | 2017

Jupiter Island is one of Floridas hidden natural treasures.

The turquoise waters of the Gulf Stream flows near shore, providing nutrient rich waters for marine life. The beaches are home to thousands of turtles, Loggerheads and Leatherbacks, who use the Gulf Stream to navigate back to the same beaches year after year. 

Having grown up along these shores, I have painted several beach scenes on "The Island" and one of my paintings hangs at the Town Hall. There is something special about the place, and I look forward to visiting it soon again.

Jupiter Island, FL | Oil on canvas | 18 x 24 In. >>>


Stormy Shore, Hutchinson Island, FL - SOLD

Oil on Canvas | 20 x 16 in. | 2017

Set against a backdrop of gathering afternoon clouds, Stormy Shore, depicts wind swept Sabal palm trees and the turquoise summertime ocean on Hutchinson Island, FL.

An established sailor and boatsman, James Hutchinson has a great sense for the changing weather conditions as can be seen in the cloud formations and the surf. 

This is a recent work from the Artist Studio. Please see tear sheet for full size image and details.



Dragon's Head Bay, Jamaica - SOLD

Giclee Print with Acrylic Enhanced | 16 x 20 in. 


During the 1960's James Hutchinson and A.E. "Beanie" Backus painted in many of same locations. Hutchinson's sister Patricia was married to Backus and two families would travel together both in Florida and the Caribbean.

Dragon Head Bay is a small outpost along the Jamaican coastline near Montego Bay where Backus had acquired a small property. The view of the bay has been captured by both artists as they would frequently sit side by side and paint during their travels.

This is a recent work from the Artist Studio. Please see tear sheet for full size image and details.

DRAGON'S HEAD BAY, JAMAICA | Giclee Print, Acrylic Enhanced| 16 x 20 In.



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