Clytie defies the Gods and defines her own future.
Quick sketches from my life drawing class that I teach at Eye, Suffolk.
Further studies for ‘The Temple of the Green Bean’
taken from sketchbooks.
Canvases being stretched…watch this garden space.
Preliminary studies for ‘The Temple of the Green Bean’
using Post Office Pen (dipper) and black ink. Taken from the 2018 Sketch Books.
Supporting work for an exhibition of paintings under the same title.
A ‘Blank Slate’ …The winter vegetable garden at the cottage near Fressingfield Suffolk. Post Office Pen and ink . Taken …
Life drawing on Sunday at the ‘Fisher’ theatre in Bugay .
Neil Cuthbert: Homecoming
An exhibition of works by Neil Cuthbert returned to the Orange Regional Gallery NSW Australia.
8th April – 4th June
Artarmon Galleries 2004 Exhibition opened by Lisa Havilah
These paintings attempt to articulate the ‘Self’ through the construction of pictorial space, recreating a sense of departure , dislocation and relocation.
Australian Galleries exhibition in May 2014.
Bligh….Mutiny on the Bounty
Studies and larger works of a random nature 2014 –
Orange Regional Gallery 9th April until 3rd July 2016
This exhibition is a celebration of the dog, our relationship with it, and how artists have chosen to express this in their work over the past 220 years.
‘Call + Response’ ……Organized and curated by Orange Regional Gallery; Several prominent artists from the region were invited to make an artwork inspired by a work from the Gallery’s permanent collection. This exhibition showcases these works alongside the original, now imbued with new life and new interpretations.
The Seven Works of Mercy illuminate the manner in which we should attend to the bodily needs of others.
Attendance or non-attendance ultimately ensuring one’s salvation or damnation.
They are :
Give a drink to the thirsty
Visit those in prison
Bury the dead
Heal the sick
Receive the stranger
Clothe the naked
Feed the hungry
Dicey Navigation…Early works that were part of Cuthbert’s undergraduate and postgraduate honours year at Wollongong University
Painting of the series began in February 2000.
The original brief (from the commission) contained these outlines for each of the paintings: Temptation; Deceit; Duplicity; Hubris; Desperation; Humiliation; Degradation; and Wages of Sin