The Walter Art Gallery to showcase ‘Gadget Lands’

Posted 10/19/22

The Walter Art Gallery is presenting “Gadget Lands” a solo show of work by local artist, Jason Hugger, on Oct. 21, at 6425 E. Thomas Road, in Scottsdale.

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The Walter Art Gallery to showcase ‘Gadget Lands’

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The Walter Art Gallery is presenting “Gadget Lands” a solo show of work by local artist, Jason Hugger, on Oct. 21, at 6425 E. Thomas Road, in Scottsdale.

An opening reception will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m., according to a press release, inviting the public to the showcase featuring Hugger’s artwork, which has been shown extensively in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area.

A 1995 graduate of Columbus College of Art and Design, Hugger paints what is described as “vibrant, surreal desert landscapes populated with fascinating cast-off parts and apparatuses with the goal of producing work that reveals the luminous beauty hidden in displaced objects and barren desolate horizons.”

Hugger uses found objects and creates still-life composition, the release said, noting how he imagines the long-lost bits and pieces with its beauty through paintings that evoke the desolation of the desert and obscure human objects.

For more information about Jason Hugger: jasonhuggerart.com; the show can also be viewed by appointment by emailing gallery@thewalterhive.org.  More informaition on the Walter Art Gallery is at walter-art.com.

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