Posted on August 9, 2019 by cacmaster
Putter acquired her rich palette of art-making techniques during her many years of travel abroad. She studied philosophy and art history at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, porcelain restoration in Dublin, Ireland, drawing in Marrakech, Morocco, and glass lampworking in Bohemia, Czech Republic. When Putter returned to the United States, she studied glass sculpture and digital printmaking at New York College of Ceramics at Alfred University, New York, where she graduated first in her class. In her current Workscapes series, Putter utilizes calligraphy and mixed media techniques to portray everyday scenes and events encountered by the side of the road. Putter resides in Columbus, Ohio surrounded by worksites — a Workscapes artist’s bliss.