CUTLER, Amy

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Description

Walhlaup
2014
Graphite on paper
28 3/4 x 36" MAT
Amy Cutler is known for her whimsical and visionary drawings and prints. Her compositions feature female figures clothed in exquisitely patterned garments and participating in bizarre tasks which evoke dreams yet find resonance with the everyday. Cutlers sources are manifold, including 19th century graphic design and book illustration, Persian miniatures, folk art, and Victorian art. The Museum is committed to expanding its holdings of drawings in order to represent the mediums increasing importance in contemporary art over the last fifteen years. This collecting priority also complements the Museums Old Master Drawings and those that are part of the Architecture and Design Collection.

Date

2014

Creator

CUTLER, Amy
b. United States, 1974

Source

Museum purchase

Identifier

2014.013.001

Citation

CUTLER, Amy and b. United States, 1974, “CUTLER, Amy,” UCSB ADA Museum Omeka, accessed May 28, 2022, http://art-collections.museum.ucsb.edu/items/show/9462.