Tom Hubbard: Uncharted

Creel-Harison Gallery
Friday, January 19, 2018 - 6:00pm to Friday, February 23, 2018 - 5:00pm

Tom Hubbard: Uncharted 

January 19 - February 23, 2018. Opening Reception, January 19 from 6-8 PM

Uncharted is a continuation of Tom's recent Transience series. The mixed media work is an exercise in mark making exploring the effects of mobility, the passage of time and orienting oneself in a new place. Working with a visual vocabulary referencing movement, place and measurement.
When you come to a fork on the road... Take it. The Transience series was inspired by numerous relocations and a desire to understand not only where I come from but the things I carry with me. This work led me to a more direct approach to image making, the shedding of some aesthetic baggage and marks grounded in personal experience. Through this process I have become more comfortable being uncomfortable.
Tom Hubbard, is an interdisciplinary artist working on design, fine art and public art projects. Regardless of the medium or the project, Hubbard’s approach is rooted in his design training and the belief that the solution often comes from the problem. Hubbard has produced work ranging from corporate identity systems and packaging to public art installations and exhibitions of photography, mixed media and ceramics. Recently, he has completed commissions for the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, The City of Columbus, OH and the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. His work has been exhibited widely in both the U.S. and The Netherlands and is included in several private and corporate collections. Tom Hubbard was born in San Francisco, CA and received a BFA from Indiana University.Hubbard grew up in the midwest and lived in New England, The Netherlands and Ohio before moving to Augusta, GA in 2016 with his wife and their two children.


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