Lynda Michaud Cutrell

Lynda Michaud Cutrell
Lynda Michaud Cutrell
Lynda Michaud Cutrell

Cutrell seeks soothing imagery that is possible between the natural world and the world made by human-kind. She has moved from traditional landscape paintings to aerial views of the Earth. These paintings are a blueprint for the ecology and energy views of common areas; they translate into an abstract representations of contemporary structures and indicate the imprint of man on nature. In her micro landscapes, she uses the grapevine as a metaphor, the cluster of fruit like a cluster of DNA. Where is the vine ancestry from? What is passed along? The vine metaphor emphasizes lineage and growth, the fruit is a product of parental vines and is affected by the environment, a product of both nature and of nurture.


lyndamhd@yahoo.com
450 Harrison Ave.
Studio 412 B
Boston, MA 02118