Beverly McCutcheon

On Exhibition: October 5, 2019 – November 2019, 2019

“Wallflower Portraits”

McCutcheon’s formal training began in the late 60s at Fisk University where she studied under renowned painter David Driscoll and sculptor Martin Puryear. She later studied collage with Jonathan Talbot and had conversations with Benny Andrews, who were both a great inspiration.

McCutcheon has always been drawn to portraits from any era. “…at first glance, one would not immediately describe my “Wallflower Portrait” series as such. However, they are my interpretation of portraits with a twist and a dash of teenage recollections of trying to become invisible by pretending to blend into my surroundings – I was and at times still am the proverbial “wallflower”.

I Am Sage: Mixed collage, 22x26”

I Am Pei: Mixed collage, 29x26”

My Name is Saffron: Mixed collage, 20x24”

I Am Sedna: Mixed collage, 22x26”

Me Llamo Milagro: Mixed collage, 24x28”

I Go By Kizzy: Mixed collage: 22x28”

They Call Me Becky: Mixed collage, 23x27”

My Name is Ada: Mixed collage, 27x25”

I Am Known As Raven: Mixed collage, 20x24”

My Name is Mariposa: Mixed collage, 26x37”

Je M’appelle Leone: Mixed collage, 24x24”

I Am Known as Mbali: Mixed collage, 24x20”

Hello I’m Honey: Mixed collage, 23x25”

Call Me Eartha: Mixed collage, 20x24”