Painter. Mixed Media Artist.
I am fascinated with the relationship between perception and creativity.Perception allows us to see beyond the surface of things and to uncover the hidden connections and meanings that lie beneath. Chamisa is both a portrayal of place and an expression of the feeling connected to the memory of that place.
Sean Hudson (b. 1983) paints landscapes that represent fleeting moments and are studies of atmosphere, light, and space. Hudsonʼs animated scenes of the high desert illuminate relationships between what is seen and what is felt. By employing unusual techniques like drawing with a trim router and painting at a small scale, he draws attention to the physicality of each painting. Hudson is an artist and educator based in Albuquerque, NM. He holds an MFA in studio art from the University of New Mexico and a BFA in painting and drawing from the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design. He has been featured in New American Paintings and has shown his work at numerous galleries including Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, The Valley, Taos, and Friend Of A Friend, Denver. His most recent solo show, Living Desert, was presented at Smoke The Moon, Santa Fe in December 2022. I say, “Look how wonderful this cloud is,” and you look but donʼt see what I see. I must show you the wonder that I see, and then you can see it; you can perceive reality in a new way. You can feel wonderful. I suppose this is the essence of my creativity: to feel wonderful and to share my perspective in an effort so that you may feel wonderful too.