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Amster Gallery Reopening
Tue February 8, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - Thu December 8, 2022 @ 8:00 pm
The work of artist Sue Cutler is now up at the Amster Gallery!
And don’t forget to join us for Meet the Artist on Thursday, February 23 from 6-8 PM right here at the J!
EXHIBIT DAYS: Friday, January 27 – Thursday, March 9
The Jewish Community Center is excited to welcome a series of artwork by a variety of talented visual artists! These beautiful pieces will be on display and for sale in the Amster Gallery. Featured in the second exhibit opening on Friday, January 27 is the work of Sue Cutler. Sue is a local artist known for her watercolor and oil paintings.
Make sure to join us on Thursday, February 23 here at the J to meet Sue!
Color and creativity define the artwork of Sue Cutler, a local Ann
Arbor artist. Trained in mathematics, psychology and psychoanalysis,
she finds art as a way to allow right-brained associative processes
expression without the constraints of reality. Since childhood, Sue
has sought out one or another form of artistic expression, including
sewing, quilting, photography, and painting. Her earliest interest in
painting started, at age 14, by painting walls in her home with vibrant
and bold colors—a hobby that has continued to the present. It wasn’t
until 2011 that Sue in earnest began to devote herself to learning oil
painting, and later watercolor and collage quilting.
Sue’s artistic expression is not tied to a uniform style, but instead, she
feels her way intuitively into each piece of art that she creates by
allowing the composition to “speak” to her through the medium and
style that seems fitting. She hopes to have each piece of art achieve
some resonant vitality that will speak to the viewer. She often uses art to express the potential joy or humor in the delicate equilibrium of
Sue loves people, the outdoors, music, and finds great joy in her
family and friends. A life-long lover of art museums, Sue is bound to
seek out art wherever she travels. She has found inspiration in the
natural world, and the works of the Masters of Impressionism and