"It’s Hutchison’s ambition to use art, color and poetic language to communicate love and promote healing in today’s hurting world."
Roger Hutchison is Director of Christian Formation and Parish Life at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas. Also an artist and writer, his first book, The Painting Table: A Journal of Loss and Joy has been used by people of all ages in schools, churches, and community groups across the United States. His artwork has been exhibited throughout the world and he regularly offers workshops nationally for children, youth and adults on how to express their thoughts and relationship with God through the art of painting with one's hands, making it accessible to all. Roger went on the write four additional books, "Under the Fig Tree: Visual Prayers and Poems for Lent", "My Favorite Color is Blue. Sometimes.", "Jesus: God Among Us", and the upcoming children's book, The Very Best Day - The Way of Love for Children" which will be released in January 2020. Awarded in 2014 with the "Governor's Order of the Silver Crescent," South Carolina's highest civilian honor for volunteer or community service, Roger now lives in Missouri City, Texas with his wife and daughter.