Olivia Guterson is a Detroit-based mother, creative and community organizer. She is committed to growing, building and supporting the diverse entrepreneurs and artists in her community and beyond.
As an artist, she is deeply influenced by the textures, landscapes and patterns of her upbringing, as well as her Jewish and African heritage. She works predominately in black and white for its stability, intensity and honesty while incorporating ancestral patterns and narratives.
In 2020, she curated her first exhibition, The Space Between, at the Ann Arbor Art Center. She presently is a resident at Sibyls Shrine and AS220’s Practice//Practice. She is a founding member of Art Mamas Alliance.
Her work has been shown at the Arab American National Museum, Art Week Miami, JADA Art Fair, Norwest Gallery, Detroit Artist Market, Ann Arbor Art Center and more.