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Mobile Art and Photography That Has Influenced Me – Interview with Jean Hutter from the United States

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We are delighted to bring you the tenth in our brand new Mobile Art and Photography that has Influenced Me” series of interviews at TheAppWhisperer. Within this series, we contact well established and highly regarded mobile photographers and artists and ask them a sequence of questions. Each one relates to mobile art and photography that has inveigled and continues to impact them, by other mobile artists throughout the world. Our tenth interview is with Jean Hutter from New Jersey, United States enjoy!

In this interview, Hutter cites work by Roger Guetta, Sarah Jarrett, Bobbi McMurry, Jaya Suberg, Tricia Dewey, Eliza Badoiu, Lorenka Campos, Joyce Harkin, Jim Laskowicz and Nicki Fitzgerald.

To read others in this series please go here.

The image that is currently in the forefront of my mind

I love all of Roger’s work and can’t wait to see what he will post next.  When I saw this image it took my breath away.  For me it is so special and I cannot stop thinking about it.

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‘The Last Hope’ ©Roger Guetta

The image that changed my life

I guess I should say the artists that changed my life. I had always used Photoshop on my iMac, when I saw Sarah Jarrett’s images I was blown away.  I couldn’t believe you could create that kind of work with apps.

‘Love Letters’ ©Sarah Jarrett

The image I wish I had created

I love this image and I have no idea how it was created but I sure wish it was me that did.

‘No I Will Not Do Your Nails’ ©Bobbi McMurry

Artwork that has influenced my art

I love Jaya’s work it is raw and in your face.  I can look at one of her images and always find something new that amazes and excites me.  I always wonder what is the story here?

‘Mytha’ ©Jaya Suberg

The image that is most underrated

I actually don’t think this image is underrated I love it – but I want to make sure it is seen and appreciated in my interview.  I think Tricia is one of the most creative and giving artists. I love her work and have taken quite a few of her excellent classes.  Her work inspires me to do better and keep learning.

‘Abstract Figures’ ©Tricia Dewey

The image that changed my mind

I seriously never thought I would use an image of myself to make art.  Then I saw Eliza Badoiu’s stunning work and all that changed.

‘Postcard of the Self’ ©Eliza Badoiu

The most recent image that made me sad

I love to see Lorenka’s work, I am always in for a surprise.  Her work has an underlying hint of sadness and I find it touches my heart.

‘A Life Sentence’ ©Lorenka Campos

The most recent image that made me smile

I love all of Joyce’s work but especially her whimsical pieces. Being a red head too, this really brought a smile to my face.

Untitled ©Joyce Harkin

My comfort images

I am a huge fan of Jim’s work. I find his images solid and true.  I could live forever with any of his pieces.  If I could sit and watch one artist work I would choose Jim, his work never disappoints.

‘Portrait of Annabelle’ ©Jim Laskowicz

The image I would most like to give as a gift

I took an iColorama course with Nicki and I love her work.  She is so creative and her images are so painterly.   I would love to give this image as a gift – to me!

Untitled ©Nicki Fitzgerald

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