Scott has worked and lived in Tribeca in Manhattan since 1975. He grew up on Cape Cod and returns there often. He received a Masters of Fine Arts degree from Yale University. He has a love of nature and the sea, but also enjoys the energy of the city. He has traveled extensively and sampled the art and culture of the world. All of these influences and passions have informed and affected his work. Scott’s work has been exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Guggenheim Museum. He has artworks in the Guggenheim Museum permanent collection, as well as in private and corporate collections. This past summer he was awarded a residency at the Cill Rialaig Project in Ballinskelligs, Ireland, where he created eight water color and colored pencil works on paper.
Sideshow Gallery The Greatest Show On Earth: Sideshow Nation VI Brooklyn NY, 2018
Lichtundfire Gallery Past as Prologue or the Effects of Modernism on Contemporary Art New York, NY, 2017
Andre Zarre Gallery New York, NY, 2002
Press and Accolades
“All kinds of abstract elements crowd Mr. Wixon’s modestly sized canvases. Puzzling together biomorphic, expressionistic, geological, spacey and funky forms in confectionery colors, he creates dense jazzy improvisations of infectiously playful freedom.” —Ken Johnson, The New York Times
Yale University, MFA New Haven,1972
Massachusetts Collage of Art and Design, BFA Boston,1970
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