This is always exciting — seeing your work in print. American Art Collector magazine has a nice preview for the paintings that will be in my upcoming exhibition in New York.
The exhibition runs from March 26 to April 27. I’ll be travelling to New York for the reception that is on Thursday, March 28 from 6-8pm.
All of the available paintings for the show are now on my website, you can view them →
My thanks to American Art Collector Magazine for the great feature for my exhibition at the George Billis Gallery in New York. It’s always an honour to see ones work appreciated in print.
art ltd. Magazine / June 2016
Check out this ad for my exhibition in
art ltd. magazine.
Check out this feature of my current exhibition at the George Billis Gallery in
American Art Collector‘s November 2015 issue.
I’m very happy with the way it turned out. My thanks to
Alice Kuipers for sharing her thoughts about my paintings.
Feel free to
read the article here.
I had the opportunity to share my working process, ideas and inspiration with
American Arts Quarterly magazine, who reviewed my June 2012 exhibition at the Elliott Fouts Gallery.
I think it is a good review, and provides a clear understanding of my work.
read the review here.
20 x 40 / oil on canvas / 2009
I’m pleased and honored to share a review of my solo exhibition this past June by
. American Arts Quarterly Click here if you are so inclined to give it a read.
American Arts Quarterly / Summer 2009
I finally got my hands on the June 2009 issue of Southwest Art magazine… where I’m referred to as Christopher
Scott. Still, I must say it is really an honor to be in the magazine! Click on the image to see it large and give it a read.
Christopher Scott (STOTT!) in the June 2009 Southwest Art Magazine
Karin Jurick already mentioned on her blog that she spotted my work, along with another friend of mine, Neil Hollingsworth, in the November 2008 issue of Southwest Art Magazine.
I’m on the bottom right of the left page (the bubble gum machine). Neil’s work is the PB&J on the top left of the left page.
It’s kind of exciting to see your work in a publication.