Born 1947 in Quincy, and raised in rural Hanover, Massachusetts, Marieluise Hutchinson’s childhood home (ca. 1820) and barn on eleven acres afforded her a first hand experience of the New England Farmscapes which she has made her primary subject matter. She belongs to the American generation who grew up after World War II and prior to the Vietnam war, for whom patriotism was not yet politicized, and pride in the country was something to be shared with one’s neighbors. Hutchinson’s paintings reflect her trust in America: without stridency, there is almost always a flag displayed; there are families in these homes who are never seen, but who are palpably present behind glowing windows, blowing curtains, and smoke from winter chimneys.
Marieluise is a self-trained artist with her own distinct style and subject matter, drawing on her nostalgia for less complicated times and country pleasures from her own past. She achieved Copley Artist in 2006 and was named a Master Artist by the Cape Cod Art Association in 2013. Marieluise achieved Copley Master status at the Copley Society of Boston in 2017. Hutchinson's work has been featured in Cape Cod Life, Cape Cod View, Country Living, The Review, and in Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazines. She alternates her residence and studio between Massachusetts and Maine.
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