Dec 31 @ 11:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Come visit and see  my “Bite Marks” and “Blemish” artworks and well as other new works by the Portland Art Museum’s Rental Sales Gallery artists. The event runs from 5-8 P.M.

Cutshall, Richard-Blemish                                                                                                                                                                                              Blemish. 9″x12″. mm on paper. 2013


Cutshall, Richard- Bite Marks

Bite Marks. 50″x 22″. mm on paper. 2013

Chimera: Mythological & Hybrid Creatures
Jan 5 – Jan 28 all-day

One of my creations has been selected for inclusion in Chimera: Mythological & Hybrid Creatures- A theme that is very close to my heart and my work.

Mt Hood Community College Faculty Show
Jan 7 – Feb 8 all-day

Annual Faculty show at Mt. Hood Community College

Mt Hood Community College and Linn Benton Community College Combined Exhibition
Jan 10 all-day

Exhibit featuring works from faculty of both colleges

2013 MAPC Juried Members Exhibition
Jan 24 – Mar 15 all-day

The Mid America Printmaking Council’s Annual juried exhibit of members’ artworks.

The Mid America Print Council is an educational organization whose goal is to promote awareness and  appreciation of the art of making original prints, books, hand-made paper, and drawings. The MAPC serves as a resource to educational and non-profit organizations, universities, and the public at large,  providing for the exchange of technical and critical information on the art of printmaking. These goals are  furthered through conferences and workshops; through the organization, display, and circulation of exhibitions of original prints, books, hand-made paper and drawings; through newsletters and journal articles; through awards given to those deserving special recognition for lifetime contribution to printmaking; and through research, study, and general enjoyment of the arts.

Paper in Particular 2013
Feb 3 – Mar 3 all-day

paper_particular-1The 34th annual Paper in Particular Exhibition will display
the very best in art that incorporates paper as a primary
element. Prints, drawings, photographs, digital images,
paintings, sculpture, etc.

Tales They Told US
Mar 22 – May 12 all-day

For centuries myths, legends, epics and moral tales have delighted the imagination with fantastical worlds constructed from both fact and fib. These stories– rich in symbolism, social criticism, and dark humor—are often passed down through generations and inevitably influence who we are and how we understand our world.

Tales They Told Us is an exhibition open to artists exploring issues common in traditional and contemporary tales including parables, folklore, ghost stories, comic books, urban legends, tall tales, and even news stories. Notions of the courageous hero(ine), the evil villain, deception, betrayal, gossip, magic, adventure, and everlasting hope are just a few ideas open for investigation.

Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery Spring Show
Apr 19 @ 5:00 pm – Apr 19 @ 8:00 pm

Come and view 2 of my most recent works during the Annual Spring show at the Portland Rental Sales Gallery.  After the inital opening night the works will be for sale or rental as part of the Rental Sales Gallery’s inventory.

It’s Only Natural
Jul 26 – Aug 4 all-day
Printocracy: A Fresh Print Movement
Aug 30 – Nov 30 all-day
Community Ground v.2
Sep 27 – Dec 6 all-day

Twenty-five art faculty from Clatsop, Mt. Hood and Linn-Benton community colleges are exhibiting their work in all three main galleries at the LBCC Albany campus through December 6.

The sprawling exhibit, titled “Community Ground v.2″, features over 85 works of art in a wide array of media, including painting, ceramics, metal-smithing, photography, drawing, mixed media and installation art. Highlights in

According to Rowland, ceramics instructor at Clatsop and the inspiration behind the collaboration, “Community Ground” reflects how community college art faculty bridge the gap between teaching and making art—both full time jobs that require a high level of commitment and focus.

“One can see that they are doing what artists do: mythologizing nature and the world around them,” said Rowland. “In their teaching, these artists provide foundational training to their students, who can then begin to develop the tools to discover their own voices, and thus help continue to define the cultural landscape for their communities.”

A gallery walk and reception will be held on Thursday, Nov. 7 from 5 to 7 p.m., beginning in the North Santiam Hall Galleries with refreshments, and continuing on to the South Santiam Hall and Calapooia Center galleries for brief remarks by the artists.

In conjunction with the exhibit, a series of workshops that are open to the public will be held on Friday, Nov. 8. Contact Analee Fuentes for workshop information,

LBCC gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.  In addition, the North Santiam Hall Gallery is also open weekday evenings until 9.