With a career that spans more than four decades, Florence Putterman has impacted the art world with her moving images and brilliant exploration of media and color. Her work has been exhibited at hundreds of galleries and museums, both in solo and group exhibitions.
A Lifetime of Creativity
“I work with thick broad shapes, strong vivid colors and sensuous surfaces to create dense symbol-filled pictures. My themes and images are concerned with mankind, the environment and our interrelationships with all living creatures.”
Florence Putterman is an internationally known artist with a great imagination who has constantly reinvented her work throughout her career. She has received numerous accolades including the Distinguished Alumni Award from Pennsylvania State University and a National Endowment Grant in 1979. Her paintings and prints have been displayed in many museum and corporate collections including: Metropolitan Museum of Art and Brooklyn Museum, New York; Chicago Art Institute, Chicago; and Jacksonville Museum, Polk Museum, and Gulf Coast Museum in Florida. Putterman is listed in Who’s Who in American Art,Who’s Who in American Women, and Who’s Who in America.