Coeurland. The Heart of Michael Scott – Michael Scott | October 26th – November 8th [2015]

Coeurland. The Heart of Michael Scott – Michael Scott | October 26th – November 8th [2015]

Renowned Melbourne artist Michael Scott makes Sydney debut.

‘Coeurland. The Heart of Michael Scott’

504 Pacific Hwy, St Leonards
26th October – 8th November

After two triumphant exhibitions at Prahran’s Chaotic Gallery, artist Michael Scott brings his latest
collection to Sydney.

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Quirky, sometimes provocative but always accessible, Michael’s work is at once playful yet spiritual, the expression of a life fully lived. Renowned for his large scale urban vistas of his hometown St Kilda and its surrounds, Michael’s latest portfolio includes familiar Sydney landscapes and striking figurative work, and features oil in a huge array of sizes and formats – from spectacular large canvases to fully formed works barely larger than a phone.

The collection is completed by a small selection of absurdist sculptural elements, often amusing, sometimes mildly disturbing.
“Michael is a true original, whose art takes a penetrating but entertaining look at the life we lead”, says Wayne Tindall from Melbourne’s Chaotic Gallery.

Preview event:

Michael’s work will be previewed at a special VIP evening

at 504 Pacific Hwy, St Leonards
6-8pm on Thursday 29th October.

Michael will be speaking about his inspirations and life experiences which have informed his work.

For details on Michael’s Sydney show, contact Helene Mann 0406 558 513.
For more information on Michael Scott, artist, visit MuchFoolishness.com

About Michael Scott:

Michael Scott can’t remember a time when he didn’t paint. School study and sport always played second fiddle to escaping into a world of his own creation. Years spent holding down a career in corporate finance ultimately proved futile when, late last year, Michael decided to devote himself to painting and expression. A well-known face around his home suburb of St Kilda, Michael has incorporated its ideas and architecture into his work, while
in return St Kilda plays host to his art in the form of numerous in store artworks and exterior wall decorations –
both commissioned and uncommissioned.

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