Megan loves taking pictures and writing, as well as teaching, but in this show the focus was her photography.
“My photography reflects on the preciousness of our land and wildlife,” Megan says. She invites the community to contemplate “the beauty of nature’s cycles in their own lives.”
No stranger to loss, on a personal and community level – the Cutters visited Tuscaloosa, Alabama after the unspeakable devastation by a tornado – Megan cultivates a perspective of hope.
“Even in the darkest times of uncertainty and loss, there is innate beauty that humanity has to offer each one of us,” Megan continued. “It is important to remember our stories, our history and our beginnings as we forge ahead, soaring through uncharted lands.”
The exhibit features reflective poetry interspersed throughout the gallery among the photographs. Music was soft jazz by Jordan Okrend.
For more information about Megan M. Cutter visit www.cuttersedgeconsulting.com. Megan and Barton are currently fundraising to complete their memoir, Love Rolls On, an inspired story of Barton and Megan‘s lives together. Barton Cutter has just completed one year as the Our Lives columnist for the News & Observer.