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Peace Connection: Artist Louise Cutler



In browsing the work of Louise Cutler, it did not take long to realize a constant theme of serving peace , Black history, and global connections to the universe. The diversity of her work constitutes an immense talent, and we are honored to exhibit her creations. Gate open! - Victorine



 

The Provider


"I CONSIDER ONE’S ART AN EXTENSION OF ONE’S LIFE. MY WORK, WHETHER PAINTING, DRAWING, WRITING, GARDENING, OR PERFORMING IS A VISUAL OR WRITTEN TRANSLATION OF MY LIFE,  FEELINGS, PEOPLE I HAVE ENCOUNTERED, PLACES I HAVE BEEN, AND THINGS I HAVE SEEN.” LOUISE CUTLER



Sanctuary

About Louise Cutler


Louise Cutler is a Fort Collins based Creationist, artist, vocalist, writer and sculptor. Her work is motivated by her desire to create beauty that cultivates truth, peace and tranquility. She considers one’s art an extension of one’s life. Her work has been shown at the Royal Academy of Arts In London England, Sandy Springs Museum, MOA in Fort Collins, Boulder Museum, Sculpture In The Park, Loveland,  Museum of Science and Industry, Black Creativity exhibit, The DuSable Museum Of African American History. She was selected in 2014 as one of Art Business News’ Top Emerging Artists. Her work has been featured in several issues of  both ABN and Art World News, Daria Magazine, April issue of Edge Of Faith Magazine and Beyond Words Magazine. and countless places around the country. 


She has traveled internationally to such places as Niger Africa, Turkey, Ephesus, Cappadocia, Vienna to the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien and the Enter Bosch: The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Slovakia, Egypt, Egyptian Museum, Alexandria, and India Old Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, London's, National Gallery and Tate Gallery. While In Paris she visited The Louvre and the Musée Marmottan Monet. In Rome she visited the Vatican, The Galleria Borghese and many of the churches in search of artist treasures. Her greatest desire as an artist is to see all the great masters work she has ever read about or studied in school.


 As of late she has turned her artistic focus on to the Black American cultural experience in her art and community. She is currently the creator and founder of The Beauty Of Blackness Fine Art show. The show features Black/African American Artists. It is in its fifth year in Fort Collins Colorado where there is a low percentage of Black Americans residents. She feels the show allows them to have a voice in the community. She recently collaborated with the Fort Collins Symphony on a painting that honors composer Florence Price.  She is the first Black American woman to have her music performed by a major symphony. Louise curated an exhibition with the Fort Collins Museum Of Art, an Exhibit of All Black /African American Art, entitle” A Culture Revealed In The Black Experience”. She is also a board member for the Gregory Allicar Museum at CSU and the arts committee head for Fort Collins Juneteenth Celebration. Louise is a member of Colorado’s  Women's Caucus for the Arts and Christos Collective a Christian art group in Colorado that puts on exhibits in churches throughout Colorado. She also leads an Artist group once a week at her studio as a part of her church community. 




The Gatherer


Acrylic and metal leaf on watercolor paper, The Governess was inspired by the use of positve and negative space often used in Asian art to create a since of balance, peace and calm.





 






 






Louise Cutler

Artist and Independent Curator

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