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 News:  2017    1.  A new video on Vimeo ” The Bug Man” concerning my passion for my art with over 72,000 views.                                                            2.  A miniature book calledbeetle-dream-book-150-12-sm-1-img_3702 “Beetle Dream”,  will go on exhibit as part of an art project by Karen Klein.  It will be part of a collection of 30 books about insect dreams.

3.  My Bug Art is coming out in new book, 2017.   “Bugs in Contemporary Art Inspired by Insects ” by  E. Ashley Rooney.

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4.   There is an article about my Bug Art in the January 2017 issue of Muse magazine  pp. 26-27.                 **5. Remember you can watch excerpts from my movie “Bug Art” on YouTube and watch me create using insects as living brushes.

He Lets Creepy-Crawlies Get Their Feet Wet as Painters                                              By Nick Thomas
Special to The Washington Post
Sunday, August 19, 2007; Page N01

In the somewhat obscure world of animal art — where chimps, horses and elephants learn to grip paint-laden brushes and thrash randomly at a canvas to create abstract paintings — Steven Kutcher’s “bug art” stands out. Commanding a team of animal artists far too small to hold any paintbrush, Kutcher uses insects as living, moving paintbrushes to fashion his art.

“I’ll take a bug in my hand and, leg by leg, load the paint onto each leg,” says Kutcher, 63, from his Los Angeles home. The bugs — flies, cockroaches and beetles — are then let loose on a prepared canvas to scratch out their “masterpieces.”

A keen environmentalist, Kutcher ensures his paint-soaked insects are unharmed by the ordeal. “I use water-based, nontoxic paints that easily wash off,” he says. “I have to take good care of them. After all, they are artists!”

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