About Hunter Hogan

hunterHunters work is included in several corporate collections including Sterling Drug, Chugai-Upjohn, Ernst and Young, Satellite Health Care of Mountain View, Ca., and the Ojai Valley Inn and Spa. One of her tapestries was included in a show entitled “Significant Colorado Women Artists of the 20th Century” which traveled around the western region and also to the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.

Artist Statement – Aug 2022

Using printed material from design magazines, I cut and arrange shapes to make studies for paintings. These are “road maps” not destinations. They give me a clear direction for color and structure before beginning to paint. Each painting has its own unique layering and details to be resolved. The studies give me endless experimentation and have led to ideas I never would have thought of without them. This has evolved into making finished collages with paper that I paint. I cut these up and move them around until they start to talk to me.

My work is about transformation, connection, and how things go together. Structure, texture and color harmony are integral to my work.