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Alit About Bugs
Amy M. Mothersbaugh has been an artist in the City of Cuyahoga Falls since 1983. She comes from a large family of artists & musicians whom all began their careers while in this City. She currently works out of her Cuyahoga Falls home, as an illustrator, muralist at the Akron Zoological Park, and private art teacher.
Amy started this ‘portable watercolor study series’ while caring for her parents through their ends of life. This collection is comprised of many butterflies, moths, and insects created during those years, and at last tally, she has created over 325 original pieces.
Alit, is a term for when a butterfly or moth, stops only for a moment to refresh, before moving on with faith that another opportunity awaits for them. Amy, like many of us, has bravely been embracing a career path in the art world during the art worlds’ many evolutionary changes. Her body of work is both metamorphosis and celebration of faith for what she feels is to come.
Amy’s Alit bug
Free admission, Please call ahead to make sure we are open at 330-657-2248. All volunteer run.
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To arrange an appointment contact Carol Adams 216-401-7003cell or 330-657-2681home
1600 Mill Street West, Peninsula, OH 44264