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Bonnie Cutts

Minnesota artist Bonnie Cutts has been drawing and painting since high school and that led her to study art at the University of Minnesota where she received her BFA in Studio Art, concentrating in drawing and painting. Bonnie has been exhibiting her work professionally since the early 1980's in both solo and group exhibits, and her work is included in numerous private and corporate collections across the country. Bonnie has been affiliated with Golden Artist Colors since 1998 as a part of their Certified Working Artist Program when she was first trained by Golden. She has been offering technical lectures about acrylic materials and teaching hands on workshops around the Midwest since that time. Her paintings have been published as examples of acrylics painting techniques in Acrylic Revolution and Rethinking Acrylics, as well in other books. In 2015 Bonnie released an online class focusing on Mixed Media techniques with Craftsy.com. She is thrilled to share with you what she knows about acrylic materials and applying them in all sorts of innovative ways.
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