Glass mosaics by Liz Cutler are part of an art show on display at the Jesup library in December. PHOTO COURTESY OF JESUP LIBRARY

Mixed media pieces explore the seashore



BAR HARBOR — The artwork of Liz Cutler will be on display at the Jesup Memorial Library during the month of December. Her show “Exploring the Shore in Glass, Ink, and Oil” is a study of the shoreline and features drawings, paintings and mosaics.

“Working a single motif, the shore, in a variety of media, opens up questions of how to best express or capture what I am seeing,” Cutler said, “with a nod to the challenge of continual change from weather, tide and time.”

Cutler holds a BFA degree from the Swain School of Design in New Bedford. She has studied with Rob Pollien, Vincent Desiderio, Kat Buchanan, Phil Frey, Carol Marine, Michael Chesley Johnson, Connie Hayes, David Haskins, Henry Issacs, Ashley Bryan, Mary Ternus and Colin Page.

She also studied for two summers at the Jerusalem Studio School in Civita Castilana, Italy.

Cutler is the founder of ArtWaves in Town Hill. The mission of the arts organization is to serve as a center of learning, engagement and community for individuals at every skill level to experience and create art.

For more information about Cutler visit lizcutler.com. For more information about art shows at the Jesup, contact Laura Edwards at ledwards@jesuplibrary.org or 288-4245.