Rosalie Cuticchia

Rosalie is an American Contemporary Artist.

She was a founding member of the Bridge Gallery Cooperative, and owned and operated Ferry Wharf Gallery, both located in Newburyport, MA.

Her early training was with the late Italian Oil Painter Enrico Donati, which laid the foundation for a decade long evolution from representational to the abstract style. Her paintings develop organically in-studio and share dynamic, yet surreal and often lyrical qualities. Her goal is to step away from intention and create intuitive, reflective work.

Rosalie is an inducted artist into the National Association of Women Artists ( and currently serves on their Massachusetts Board. She has shown in six solo exhibits, and she regularly exhibits in juried and open shows through the National Association of Women Artists, the North Shore Atelier, the Newburyport Art Association, Abstract Artists of New England, and the Rockport Art Association Experimental Group. She was a designer in the 2016 Rubbish to Runway ReFashion Show, andoften seeks out opportunities to marry her art with important fundraising events. 


“My work is a reflection of my personal truths, although I often fail to see or understand it myself. 
My paintings say different things to different viewers, which is really the fun of it.“ 

- Rosalie Cuticchia

                                                                                                           Rosalie’s exhibition venues include:

Studio 8 Gallery, Newburyport, MA
Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge, MA
Endicott College Heftler Gallery, Beverly, MA
Centennial Gallery, Peabody, MA
Rockport Art Association, Rockport, MA
Newburyport Art Association, Newburyport, MA
Alpers Gallery, Andover, MA
Fountain Street Fine Art, Framingham, MA
Exeter Arts, Exeter, NH

Anna Jacques Hospital Gallery, Newburyport, MA
Salisbury Beach Partnership Annual Wet Paint Auction
Newburyport Art Association Annual Wet Paint Auction
Lowell’s Boat Shop, Amesbury
The Provident, Newburyport, MA
The Governors Academy, Byfield, MA

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