“It’s good to make, I like to make art. I like to make marks, and things like that; they’re easy for me to make.”
Hugh Cameron was born in 1945 and lives in Quincy, Massachusetts. During his tenure he has developed a unique artistic voice that is highly recognizable. His tactile appreciation of various media is seen in his application of paint and selective use of color. Cameron’s artistic process informs his visual compositions. The results of Cameron’s processes result in abstract compositions that rely on obsessive mark making. He enjoys the act of painting as well as weaving; one of his personal artistic goals is to hone his weaving skills in order to further develop the work he has begun in the fiber medium.
Cameron has exhibited work in the window at Barneys NY in Boston, as well as the Gateway Gallery in Brookline.
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