Scott Hunter’s work is rooted in tradition, drawn from observation and constructed with imagination. It is about the arrangement of images, textures, colors and shapes. He produces two distinct bodies of paintings, working in both a representational and nonrepresentational manner while struggling with the need to merge figuration with a love of abstract expressionism. Both evoke a specific place or memory and resonate with emotional presence. Three Foot Square will offer a selection of new abstract paintings and invites you to consider these works in relation to the traditions of both realism and abstraction.
Scott studied painting and drawing at Boston University and now lives and works just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has shown his work regionally and nationally and is represented in many private and public collections.
Scott will give an artist talk discussing his new work on Thursday, August 30, 7:00-8:30pm.