Mystic Seaport Museum: International Exhibition

As summer has finally drawn to a close, it’s so fun to look forward to all that Fall has coming! First up, I am very excited to be exhibiting with the Mystic Seaport Museum’s Maritime Gallery for the first time!

The show is their annual International Marine Art Exhibition. I have two pieces that will be on view from September 27th through December 31st.

 

I’m not allowed to show you the two new pieces that will be exhibited until the opening on Friday, but I can tell you the are called “Green Light” and “Glassy Wave”.

Stay tuned for Friday when I can share the pieces on Instagram

@jesshurleyscottart

Cheers!

 

Widewalls: Visual Destination

Jess Hurley Scott - Amplified (detail), 2017

Thank you to Widewalls for the fabulous new article on Visual Destination!!!

The exhibition is currently at the Woodward Gallery through July 27th.

https://www.widewalls.ch/woodward-gallery-visual-destination/

The two pieces that are part of the exhibition are:

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“Breakwall”, 32″x 40″ x 2″, acrylic on multiple acrylic panels, © Jess Hurley Scott

Jess Hurley Scott, Back Lit 1, 2017, acrylic on multiple layers of acrylic panel, seascape, ocean, contemporary painting, dioramic painting, marine art, artist, boston artist

“Back Lit, #1″, acrylic on multiple layers of acrylic panel, 32″ x 40″ x 2”, © Jess Hurley Scott

If you are in the city, visit their gallery windows at any time,

Woodward Gallery
132A Eldridge Street
New York, NY 10002The gallery is located in Manhattan’s
Lower East Side neighborhood between Broome and Delancey streets.

Or the gallery by appointment,

Cheers!!

Visual Destination: at Woodward Gallery, NYC

I am totally thrilled to be part of a new exhibition, “Visual Destination”, at the Woodward Gallery from June 21 – July 27th. Showcasing 3 female artists: myself, Susan Breen, and Margaret Morrison (both of which I am a huge fan) the exhibit celebrates different ideas of nature. More on the show at the Woodward Gallery’s website here.

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image courtesy of the Woodward Gallery

Two of my larger works, “Breakwall” and “Backlit, #1”, will be on display in the Woodward’s amazing gallery windows, 24hs a day! If you are in the Lower East Side and need a breath of ocean air, please stop by any time!

"Breakwall", 32x40", acrylic on multilayered acrylic panels. © Jess Hurley Scott, art, painting, ocean, waves, landscape, contemporary art

“Breakwall”, 32″x40″x2″, acrylic on multilayered acrylic panels. © Jess Hurley Scott

 

Jess Hurley Scott, Back Lit 1, 2017, acrylic on multiple layers of acrylic panel, seascape, ocean, contemporary painting, dioramic painting, marine art, artist, boston artist

“Backlit, #1″, 32″x40″x2”, acrylic on multiple layers of acrylic panel © Jess Hurley Scott

Visual Destination

June 21st – July 27th

 

Making Waves, Cohasset, MA

March 1st – April 30th, 2018

Artist Reception: Friday, April 13th, 6-8pm

South Shore people! Kick off your spring with a new exhibition of my work, organized by the South Shore Art Center! I will be showcasing close to 20 works spanning the last 3 years including new work.

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Paul Pratt Memorial Library (Click here for a link to the library)
35 Ripley Road. Cohasset, MA
Library hours
Mon-Thurs 10-8 | Fri-Sat 10-5

 

20in18 at the Woodward Gallery

Opening today, I am so totally excited to be included in a new exhibition at the Woodward Gallery!!!

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courtesy of the Woodward Gallery

 

Their new exhibition, 20in18, features 20 artists kicking off their winter season. The show will run February 8th to March 23rd, 2018.

My piece, “Amplified”, which is 14″x 30″x 2″, is among an amazing group of artists.

The 20 featured artists are:

 Royce BannonRick BegneaudSusan BreenThomas BuildmoreDeborah ClaxtonBK FoxxRichard HambletonKeith HaringRobert IndianaVal KilmerLA2, Mark MastroianniMoody MutzJM RizziBrad RobsonJess Hurley ScottMatt SirenstikmanJo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk and Andy Warhol.

 

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courtesy of ArtNet

The Woodward Gallery is located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

132A Eldridge Street

New York, NY 10002

T:1 +1-212-966-3411

 

Hours: Open by appointment only

However, they have amazing exhibition windows that are always visible, I can’t wait till I can get down to the city to see it myself!!

 

Quinlan Visual Arts Center: 17th National Marine Art Exhibition

The next stop on the national tour of the American Society of Marine Artists is opening next week! If you are in the Gainesville area, please stop by!

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My piece, “Heading Out”, is part of the exhibition, more information here.

Cheers!

American Society of Marine Artists, 17th National Exhibition

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I am honored to be part of the American Society of Marine Artists latest juried national show. It is a traveling exhibition of a talented group of marine artists, all members of the society. The collection will travel to half a dozen museums between 2016 and 2017.  I have one piece, “Heading Out”, that was included in the exhibition.

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“Heading Out”, 5″x 7″ x 2″, acrylic on multiple layers of acrylic panel, ©Jess Hurley Scott

For more information and to see the entire exhibition by artist:

17th National Exhibition

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The exhibition travels to the following museums:

Muscarelle Museum in Williamsburg, VA,

The Academy Art Museum and The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Easton and St. Michaels, MD

Quinlan Visual Arts Center in Gainesville, GA,

The Minnesota Marine Art Museum, Winona, MN

Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic, CT.

See details, dates and more information on the Events page.