5 Questions with David Hutchinson
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5 Questions with David Hutchinson

IN EXCITING news for lovers of accessible art, Sulfur Art Services has resurrected the Drive Thru Art Box behind Green Truck Pub. The Drive Thru Art Box was started in 2012 by SeeSAW, or See Savannah Art Walls, a public art initiative. Mike Williams, a founding member, recently passed away. Now, his friend, artist David Hutchinson, honors his memory with the first installation in the Drive Thru Art Box. “All Things Are the Phoenix” is an assemblage of found objects, including some of Williams’ own items. Hutchinson is a talented multimedia artist who has done the space a great justice. We talked with Hutchinson last week. 1. How did you get involved with this project? I’ve been friends with A.J. [of Sulfur] forever, and I knew about the little art installations going on at the Drive Thru Art box I guess years ago. It was kind of under the radar, I think. Mike Williams was an artist in town who did an installation in one of the art boxes a long time ago, and he died about five months ago. He was a very unique individual. I got some elements of some of his art—he had these bundles of […]

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