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Craig Cully

 

 

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Etherton Gallery
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headshotCraig Cully is an artist whose subjects are rendered with intimate care and attention to their unique beauty while communicating an underlying content that resonates with the audience. Having grown up in the suburbs of Philadelphia some of his earliest influences come from the area’s long-standing tradition of realist painters.

Cully’s work has been featured in gallery and museum exhibitions throughout the United States and is part of the permanent collection of The Boise Museum of Art, The Tucson Museum of Art, The University of Arizona Museum of Art, the University of Sciences and Arts of Oklahoma, and the Museum of Art at Texas Tech University.

Being committed to the power of the visual image, and the desire for art making to be embraced and respected, Cully also teaches. He is an Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing at New Mexico State University.

Cully divides his time throughout the year living and working alongside his wife Kelly and their two basset hounds Bertha and Gertrude in both the Southwest and central Pennsylvania.
Click here and go to the 'past' tab to see a list of some of Etherton Gallery's previous exhibitions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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