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Only ONE Woman in Huge Art Collection of Major Hotel in Santa Monica

By Cynthia Underwood

Santa Monica, CA (The Hollywood Times) 6/12/19 – Elite hotel Shutters on the Beach has only one woman in their extensive art collection. I love Shutters but this is just too much—-I don’t even know what to write about this right now as I’m so surprised and disappointed. All I can say is REALLY to Shutters for overlooking women in such a hardcore way. REALLY??  Do you have blinders on, Shutters? I’m an artist and female. Here’s my Contact me to put on your walls and let’s at least have two women in your collection. Get it together, Shutters.



On any given day you can find me, Cynthia Underwood, writing for The Hollywood Times or in my studio painting with my big, giant orange cat, Stewie.

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