Artist Richard Cutshall is often referred to as, “an artists’ artist.” Currently living in the Pacific Northwest, this Mexican American artist’s work commands respect and reflects his mastery of many mediums. His studio is a maze of relics and materials. Remnants of his obsessive studio practices hang in the air and he leaves a trail of charcoal dust in his wake. In his studio he gravitates to drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. On any given day you might find him working on a large scale drawing that spans half his painting studio, or you might find him tinkering by a tiny light at his small print studio desk, or he might be laying down bones in his dusty patio sculpture area.
Richard will be in the gallery for our Print Sale Sunday January 27th from 12:30 to 3:30 demonstrating the collagraph process. This demonstration is free and open to the public, all are welcome to join.