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Kenneth Baker to review current exhibit…BYE, BYE BIRDIE.

One More Time,” a mixed-media creation on panels, shows all of Michael Cutlip’s collage skills in play. Photo: Tony Molatore,, Berkeley Giclee, K. Imperial Fine Art, S.F. Saturday, June 7, 2014 BY: kenneth Baker (Art Critic of SF Chronicle) After photography, collage is the most…

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Michael Cutlip and Brian McDonald to Share Spotlight at Scope NY 2014

Michael Cutlip and Brian McDonald to Share Spotlight at Scope NY 2014

Represented By: www.reavesgallery.com McDonald is inspired by cartoons and dream logic. Layers of paint and collage are woven together into a montage of choice and chance with a structural sense of composition and an eye for poetry in found materials. Through the use of disparate…

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Michael Cutlip: A Painting Must be Free to Wander

Michael Cutlip: A Painting Must be Free to Wander

“Playland” Exhibition – Seager Gray Gallery Catalogs are available for purchase. Please contact artist Essay by: Susan Hillhouse Leask Curator of Art & Exhibitions Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History Michael Cutlip makes artwork that adds a new and innovative voice to the art…

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