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'Mindscapes/ Bodyscapes' at Cutter Wednesday

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UPDATED June 25: The Cutter Gallery is a hidden gem with limited hours, but you can find it on the lowest floor of the Jefferson Cutter House, which houses the Dallin Art Museum and the Chamber of Commerce.

The gallery's June and July exhibition, "Mindscapes/Bodyscapes" by Emily Dugie and Baolong Song, opened with a reception Sunday, June 5, from 2 to 6 p.m. It continues Wednesdays, from 2 to 5 p.m.,  June 29, July 6, 13, 20 and 27.

Saturdays, from 1 to 4 p.m., July 2, 9, 16 and 23.

The closing reception is Sunday, July 31, from 2 to 6 p.m.

Mindscapes

Bao is an artist of timeless vision, powerful imagination and profound sense of self in relation to nature. His extensive collections and studying of classic photographers have inspired
his wide range of works, creating a personal language characterized by the fine balance of delicate intimacy and bold emotion. 

“Poise, sensuality, beauty, imagination and the bare essence of a timeless moment, are all elements to photography that inspire me.” Bao’s interest in photography began after receiving his undergraduate degree in visual media arts, with an eye for directing and storytelling, Bao started shooting his own fashion editorials, artist portraits and personal projects. 

“There is something almost magical and transcendental to photographing nudes; a divine expression of the shape, form, texture and all compositions of the human body showered under
natural light.”

Emily Song is a Boston-based visual artist. Like so many others, the pandemic caused a radical shift in Emily’s life and since 2020 she has been focusing primarily on the creation of art and exploring how she relates to the world around her.  

Before 2020, Emily received her bachelor’s in finance and associates in baking and pastry. She grew up in Arizona, went to school in Miami, studied in the south of France and spent a summer in Milan before moving north to Maine and then to Boston.

Those involved with the gallery hope that you will join us to meet Emily and Boalong and enjoy their artwork.

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This news announcement was published Friday, June 3, 2022, and updated June 19.

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