hen & Now

 An exhibit exploring the landscape and experience of transportation in Lynn, Massachusetts from past and present. J Hutchinson Fay will be exhibiting three oil paintings among other works by North Shore contributors. This exhibit will be on display for three months after the opening. All are welcome to attend the March 27th 2014 opening, which begins at 12pm, and runs until 7pm.

The exhibit can be viewed from November 1-30 of 2013, and all are welcome to attend the opening reception on Sunday November 3, from 2-4PM at, FRONT STREET COFFEEHOUSE 20 Front Street Salem, MA 01970 This semi-autobiographical collection of oil and pastel pieces presents the viewer with a distressed beauty in a familiar landscape. It is a romantic expression of hyper realism, which illuminate a world that is known by North Shore natives yet provides a unique perspective of solidarity when no else is looking. Jeffrey Hutchinson Fay is a North Shore artist who has a trained focus on oil painting. He has exhibited in such locations as the Abbot Public Library, theLynn Museum, The Marblehead Arts Association and Acorn Gallery School of Art. He studied with renowned North Shore artists, Jack Highberger and Debra Freeman Highberger.

A show at Caffe Di Siena
    Had over ten pieces of work hanging at Caffe Di Siena in Newburyport, MA. You will see familiar paintings like Gas Station, Steve’s Market, Monte’s and the newly painted Water Street.  Show will be up until the end of August.
(Were It All Started)
Sunday, April 7, 2013
A show at the Acorn Gallery School of Art Acorn Gallery School of Art 39 State St, Marblehead, MA
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“Focused on the Object” 
October 14, 2011
THE LYNN MUSEUM, 90 Washington St,
Emerging artist show
Sunday, August 1, 2010
Marblehead Art Association
8 Hooper St, Marblehead, MA 01945
Abbot Public Library
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Abbot Public Library
235 Pleasant Street, Marblehead, MA


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