My father and I share a love for art and a space for creating it. I hope you enjoy reading this VOX Magazine article written about our collective creativity “These two artists work in close quarters. Jenny McGee, who takes the right half of the art studio, paints in abstraction with long, sweeping acrylic paint*. Robert Hodgson creates portraits, landscapes and the occasional abstract piece. She paints with passion; he paints with pragmatism. However, the interesting contrast in styles between the pair does not affect other aspects of their relationship: McGee is Hodgson’s daughter.” But Hodgson says that their art transcends familial bonds. “There’s a kind of pure relationship that exists,” he says. “Art has kind of leveled a lot of the old distinctions that society might place on you.”
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