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Paul Scott at Project Art, Cummington, MA. At the conclusion of his dual residency at Clay Studio, Philadelphia.  His Artist Salon and weekend open house coincided with artists delivering for Ceramic Top 40, Linda Sormin, Bobby Silverman.  Foraging for fall fungi at William Cullent Bryant Homestead and Historic Cummington.

Paul Scott is a material based conceptual artist who creates individual ceramic pieces that blur the boundaries between fine art, craft, and design. With a penchant for rescuing cast-offs, he fondly restores them to a new life by using them as a canvas for biting social commentary. His work can be found in public and private collections around the globe.  Scott is a leading authority on printed vitreous surfaces. His research and artwork have been instrumental in showing and encouraging the creative use of this traditional printing technique in contemporary decorative ceramics.

Paul Scott’s series, American Scenery will be presented at:

New York Ceramics Fair 2014
January 21–2, 2014
Bohemian National Hall, New York

During his recent residencies, lecture tour, and travels in the US, Scott gathered and created a new series, American Scenery, inspired by his travels, observation, and research into American landscape painting, prints, and the subsequent use of those images on ceramic transfer ware. Knowledge drawn from behind-the-scenes tours at museums and collections throughout the North East influences this new work where Scott has applied prints he produced in the USA onto rescued, cast off ceramic plates from the 19th and early 20th centuries. His work tells stories that explore the unexpected movement of images through materials, media, cultures, politics, histories, and geographies,  inviting us to see a whole group of objects in a new way.

Paul Scott is represented by Ferrin Contemporary.

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