Marieluise Hutchinson

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Winter Walk

Winter Walk
8" x 9"

Barn Praising

Barn Praising
5" x 7"
First Star

First Star
6" x 8"-sold
Moonlight and Starlight

Moonlight and Starlight
5" x 12"-sold
Winter Lights

Winter Lights
14" x 18"-sold
Moonbeams on Fresh Snow

Moonbeams on Fresh Snow
6" x 8"-sold


Snow Squall

Snow Squall
8" x 10"
Wintery Haven

Wintery Haven
5" x 7"
-sold
Airing the Laundry

Airing the Laundry
6" x 8"


Breath of Spring

Breath of Spring
12" x 16"
Off to the Market

Off to the Market
6" x 8"-sold
The First Robin

The First Robin
9" x 12"-sold
Snow Bound

Snow Bound
5" x 7"
-sold
The Cardinal's Song

The Cardinal's Song
8" x 10"-sold
Spring Chores

Spring Chores
5" x 7"
-sold
Seems Like Yesterday

Seems Like Yesterday
8" x 10 -sold
Winter's Setting Sun

Winter's Setting Sun
8" x 18"
-sold


Up Country

Up Country
8" x 36"
Along Came Summer

Along Came Summer
8" x 10"
-sold


In From the Cold

In From the Cold
10" x 12 -sold
Rural Route 12

Trimming the Tree Tonight
12" x 14"
-sold
Plymouth Notch

Plymouth Notch
8-1/2" x 11" -sold
Rural Route 12

Along the Meadow
20" x 24"-sold
Full Frost Moon

Full Frost Moon
9" x 12"
-sold





Click the following link for a video about Marieluise:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLGbcmA49uE

As an Amica customer for many years, Marieluise was selected to design one of Amica’s annual Thanksgiving cards. This year, the artwork featured on the card's cover was painted by Marieluise Hutchinson of Yarmouth Port, Mass., and Cushing, Maine, who has been insured by Amica for 49 years. This video introduces you to the artist, her painting style and the wonderful barn-home she helped build in Maine.

Artist's Statement:

People have a wistful yearning for what was. I like to paint things of the past. I have almost a homesickness for the irrecoverable past.

The traditional rural farmscapes and barns continue to populate Marieluise’s paintings of quintessential New England. She enjoys paying homage to once- prominent farmsteads as well as cottages along New England’s coast. Marieluise began to paint in her late twenties and is entirely self-taught. Her work has a tone of thoughtfulness, a tangible silence. An image may evoke the feeling of a crisp autumn evening, the pensive passage from fall breezes to the chill snap of winter, or the solitude that follows a New England snowfall. Her vision is precise, without action, leaving much to the viewer's imagination. In essence, Marieluise's paintings stir memories and embody Yankee values of character, integrity and promise.







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