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'Beauty from Ashes' exhibit at Cutter closed

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UPDATED Aug. 15: The Cutter Gallery Arlington has mounted a new exhibition, this one with an artist who is new to the gallery.

"Beauty from Ashes," by Isabella Rose, opened Aug. 7, and it has a closing reception from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday Sept. 4. Gallery representatives hope the public will come by to suppport the gallery's efforts and to welcome this artist.  

The Cutter Gallery is on the lowest floor of the Jefferson Cutter House, 611 Mass. Ave., a building that also houses the Dallin Art Museum and the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. Public parking is available behind the building off Mystic Street.

The exhibit of Rose's work has a closing reception, noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25.

Admission is free; donations are accepted. For more information, go to or search Facebook for Cutter Gallery Arlington. 

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This news announcement was published Aug 4, 2022, and updated Aug. 6, 2022, with the latest known times/dates of availability, and then Aug. 15. It is based on information provided by the Cutter Gallery Arlington.

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