Exhibiting Artist

GINNY SCOTT

September 8 - October 29, 2017
 

Ginny Scott is an abstract expressionist/action painter and has been a professional artist for most of her life.  While residing in Westchester County, New York, she studied with noted international artist, Harriet Febland.  She exhibited extensively with “The Febland Group” throughout Westchester County, and New York.  In addition she exhibited in numerous solo shows.  Ginny was a juried member of artists’ equity in New York.

She relocated to Chicago and recently to Indiana.  Since moving to Indiana she has exhibited widely throughout the region in solo shows, group and juried exhibits.  She has won first prizes and honorable mentions in many exhibits.  Ginny taught art in all of her studios and privately.  She is a juried member of the area artists’ association of the Lubeznik center for the arts, Michigan City, Indiana, a juried member of northern Indiana Artists’ Inc., South Bend and a member of art/nxt/level, Chicago, IL.  Ginny has exhibited in over 30-juried shows, over 30 solo shows and over 40 group exhibits.  She maintains her art studio in Laporte, Indiana.

“To sense the invisible and be able to create it, that is art.”  Hans Hoffman

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

Abstract painting is the discovery of the self and the subconscious and provides an insight into an unseen world.  I am an abstract expressionist / action painter.  Painting non-objectively with no preconceived ideas most of the time is my approach to painting.  The direction taken will emerge spontaneously as I paint.  I do not make sketches or drawings.  Most of my work reflects nature and wildlife.

Mainly, i work on the floor preferring that to an easel.  This is liberating, as I am able to walk around the painting and work from all angles.  The rhythm and motion of action painting is intriguing but it is important to understand space and balance and know when to stop.  I consider my painting completed and harmonious when it makes sense to me.

 Ginny Scott

 

Exhibits Managed by South Shore Arts