Surface Reflections: The Paintings of Stephen Scott
This book was commissioned in an effort to provide a retrospective organization of my work from its university on. I had become uncomfortable with the idea that as my work had undergone many creative shifts I had avoided establishing a branded visibility, and hence what I had already considered to be a limitation due to regional associations was compounded by this. I also considered the lack of opportunity for general visibility due to being restricted within a small local market, and its lack of critical infrastructures. Bob Barriault has provided a brilliant analysis which not only helped pull together the threads of my creativity in a longitudinal study, but who also uncovered certain conditions and formal inclinations which underly my creative energies. In fact I embraced his revelations as a foundation of my own self-understanding going forward.
Contemporary Currents: Nine New Brunswick Artists
Off the Radar: Impressions of the contemporary New Brunswick art scene through Maine eyes
By Edgar Allen Beem in the Spring, 2016, issue of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s billie.
Interior page from billie.
Page from Atlantic Books with illustration for frontispiece of anthology on the right (which served as a study of portrait on the left, of poetry of Alden Nowlan by Brian Bartlett, published by Goose Lane.
William Forrestall/Stephen Scott: The Reflective Gaze
Coyote WC-Press, Berlin. Limited Edition silkscreen book, 2011
Portraits: New Brunswick Painters
Celebrating 40 Years/Quarante ans, ça se fête
Stephen Scott; Works After Berlin
September 8–30, 2006 · Gallery 78
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