Photographer Jack Hunt blurs lines between painting and photography

Photographer Jack Hunt shows his work at the Foothills Studio and Gallery in Roscoe Village. He's also the president of the Coshocton Art Guild.

COSHOCTON – Occasionally it can take a whilst till the gentle shines on a occupation. It did for Jack Hunt.

“I believe I normally needed to be an artist,” he reported. 

Properly, today you can obtain Hunt and his do the job at Foothills Studio & Gallery in Roscoe Village. He’s also president of the Coshocton Art Guild.

“His topic subject,” according to the Foothills Studio web site, “is primarily aged farms and rural landscapes uncovered inside of a 60-mile radius of Coshocton, Ohio. Some folks phone him ‘the barn person.’”

Now 70, Hunt grew up in Coshocton and Akron. He went to higher faculty in Akron. 

“I constantly preferred artwork. I assume it was the detail I appreciated most in faculty,” he mentioned. “But health-related problems pressured my early retirement. I acquired my GED and took the digital media design program at COTC with the intent to construct internet websites.”

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