Cherie Buck-Hutchison’s interdisciplinary work meets at the intersection of new media and traditional art. She summons the use of her imagination to reorient spatial and social boundaries. She uses a range of mediums including photography, video poetry, ceramics and performance.
Buck-Hutchison has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Intermedia from Arizona State University. She is a member and former co-president of the art collective, eye lounge in Phoenix, AZ. In recent years, southwest imagery has made an appearance in her art via red rock configurations and canyons.
Some of her performance experiences include The Glendale Jazz and Blues Festival, Frontal Lobe Gallery and Live Art Platform. Her work has been shown at Phoenix Art Museum, The Shemer Art Center and Museum, eye lounge Gallery and Bokeh Gallery.