Sue Scott Gallery

Selected Works

Press Release

Sue Scott Gallery is pleased to announce Paper A-Z, opening March 16th, and running through April 22, 2011.  Featuring more than seventy five established, mid-career and emerging artists from around the country, this exhibition showcases multidisciplinary approaches to works on paper that examine and celebrate this basic language of the artistic process.  “A-Z” implies linearity, but the heart of the show is a constellation of parts that drifts off the alphabet, a collection of phonemes—gaffs, folds, stutters, perfect pronunciations and alliterations. 

Drawing naturally emerges from an immediate relationship of the artist's hand with the instrument or medium. This arrangement can invite risk and produce spontaneous and often unintentional results.  This is drawing’s clearest articulation: the serif ‘a’ of the alphabet. This exhibition also looks beyond this customary notion of drawing, while preserving the traditional support of paper  - experimental prints, collage, paper construction, hanging paper sculptures, cast paper and books.   The show considers the role of paper, not only as a vehicle of mediums, but as a medium itself.

Rachelle Agundes, Olive Ayhens, Glen Baldridge, Brian Belott, Kristopher Benedict, Sadie Benning, Ben Berlow, Willie Birch, Robert Bordo, Katherine Bowling, Robert Brinker, Kadar Brock, Melissa Brown, Brendan Cass, Amanda Church, Carol Cole, Ian Cooper, Nick Cortese, Carl D'Alvia, Shoshana Dentz, Jessica Dickinson, Lesley Dill, Kim Dorland, Franklin Evans, Amy Feldman, Theresa Friess, Jackie Gendel, Josephine Halvorson, Jane Hammond, Jonathan Hartshorn, Daniel Heidkamp, Fredrik Hofwander, Lisa Hoke, Katie Holten, Sharon Horvath, Grant Huang, Jason Jagel, Ezra Johnson, Mary Jones, Pam Joseph, David Kramer, Peter LaBier, Sylvan Lionni, Noah Lyon, Stephen Maine, Linda Matalon, Sarah Mattes, Doreen McCarthy, Suzanne McClelland, Tom McGrath, Kirsi Mikkola, Malcolm Morley, Lucas Moran, Carrie Moyer, Rob Nadeau, John Newman, Todd Norsten, Matthew Northridge, Thomas Nozkowski, Toshi Oka, Paul Pagk, Mr. Peanut Man, Debra Pearlman, Sheila Pepe, Gary Petersen, Halsey Rodman, Sherman Sam, Sara Sanders, Katia Santibanez, David Scanavino, David Shapiro, James Siena, Kiki Smith, Jane South, Pat Steir, Barbara Takenaga, Craig Taylor, Richard Tuttle, Chuck Webster, Stephen Westfall, Roger White, Letha Wilson, Tamara Zahaykevich and Michael Zahn.