Terry Bailey | A.E. Backus | William Bishop | Robert Bolster | Elizabeth Brandon | A.T. Bricher | James Buttersworth | Ralph Cahoon | Alex Callaway | Laura Cooper
Todd M. Casey | Shane Michael Couch | Roy Cross | Mark Daly | William R. Davis | Donald Demers | Marina Dieul | Stuart Dunkel | Jack Gray | Emile Gruppe
Tanya Harsch | Antonio Jacobsen | Dusan Kadlec | Michael Keane | David Lazarro | Richard Loud | Charles Robert Patterson | Vladimir Pavlosky
Len Pearce | Sergio Roffo | Jack Saylor | Frank Vining Smith | John Stobart | Joseph Sulkowski | Peter Wademan | Jeff Weaver



  
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Jess Hurley Scott

Jess Hurley Scott is a contemporary painter of land and seascapes. Her dimensional paintings of multiple layered, individually painted acrylic panels deal with light, illusion, and perception.  Scott plays with the intricacies of the natural world, digital technology, and translucency in her work. The result is bold realism and a unique interpretation of landscape in paint and pane. Her scale ranges from near miniature scale vignettes to dramatic, sweeping seascapes. Born in New York in 1978, raised there and later outside of Boston, she started muraling as a teenager. Scott studied illustration at Syracuse University under Robert Dacey, Murray Tinkleman, Rodger DeMuth, and John Thompson where she received her BFA in 2000. After graduating, she lived in New York City and later Boston working as a designer for 14 years in home product ranging in materials from textiles, to metals, wood, and glass. At the Art Students League of New York, studying with Hugo Bastidas in 2003, she started experimenting with some of that knowledge and began painting on glass and later acrylic. Later in Boston, she further developed her technique to the dioramic panels that they are today.


Barrel
Barrel
Hand painted on layers of acrylic panels
29x44x2
signed on reverse

Barrel



Glassy Break
Glassy Break
Hand painted on layers of acrylic panels
14x20x2
signed on reverse

Glassy Break

     

Rockport 1935

Breakwall
Hand painted on layers of acrylic panels
32x40x2
signed on reverse

Breakwall

   
     

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