I use forms found in my everyday life and surrounds, combined with ideas I hold about these forms formed over time both consciously and subconsciously.
I have enjoyed focusing upon a form, seemingly simple, such as a fish, then through orientation and use of paint, found the possibility of other inherent readings in this form, such as a rocket. My practice extends media from sculpture to photography to painting and I have practiced for over a decade beginning my career in New Zealand before moving to the US where I live today.
Taisha has exhibited at the Auckland War Memorial Museum, New Zealand, The University of Auckland School of Architecture, the Auckland Maritime Museum, Lopdell House and at Teststrip Gallery and in America, her "Thesis Exhibition," held at Yale University Art and Architecture Gallery, "Landmark(s)", a solo exhibit featured at Saatchi & Saatchi, The Gallery at Lincoln Center, New York and Avery Fisher Hall. "Disintegrating Houses" were selected for the Stamford Museum and Nature Center's, "Artists Play House," curated by Deborah Schwartz of The Museum of Modern Art, Joe Thompson, Director of Mass MoCA and Donald Albrecht. The Aldrich Museum's “Snapshot” curated by Jessica Hough, included Hutchison's photography, as did "Y2K", travelling between Rutgers University School of Art and the Maryland Institute. Gallery onetwenty eight on Rivington street, New York City and the Federal Reserve Bank have also selected Taisha's Art.