CHICK HUETTEL: An artists with a unique perspective

Published: Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 12:39 PM.

Her work was recently shown in a two woman exhibit with Melissa Davis at Amavida Coffee at Rosemary Beach. The house was packed opening night, and now she has graciously offered to show her work at the Coastal Branch Library.  It’s her attention to half tones and shadow effects that make observers just stand there like zombies.

They are in perfect harmony.

In the 24 years of living here and in the arts, finally, I have seen the light of well-executed, celluloid endeavors. Jamie is more than a professional, because she has pushed on from the standard pan shots that are found on everyday gift cards and store prints. She creates photographs from a whole new perspective.

Jamie’s time has arrived, and there is no doubt in my mind (what’s left of it according to my wife) that she is destined for shows in larger metropolitan galleries. Her work is simply that wonderful. Examples can still be seen at the library until the end of April.  Jamie’s website is

Fair winds to ye matey.

Chick Huettel is a long-time Walton County resident, writer and artist. He is a member of a number of local organizations including the Emerald Coast Archeological Society.


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