Born in 1995, in Toronto Canada, Evan Hudson uses a combination of sculpture and painting through the medium of modelling clay to express the absurdity and ephemerality of life.
After becoming frustrated with the overly academic nature of fine art school, Hudson began working/painting full-time and collaborating with other artists. His work has been exhibited across North America and Europe.
Using a seemingly naive medium, while referencing classical art, Hudson takes a sardonic, playful approach to entering an art world often steeped in pretension. With his works mainly revolving around humour, sarcasm and irony, Evan is keen to express that he has no desire to restrict himself to certain themes. “Some days I want to make something nice and whimsical, and sometimes I don’t, limiting myself to a certain set of emotions would feel dishonest and boring”