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Lived/Active: New York/Maine/District Of Columbia      Known for: minimal geometric abstraction

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Education:
California State College at San Bernardino (BA 1972); University of California at Davis (MFA 1974); Whitney Museum Studio Program (1974)

Awards:
Tiffany Foundation Award (1981); Artist Resource Trust (2003)

Scott Davis was born in Washington D.C. in 1944.  He was raised in Kansas and joined the Navy at 18.  After service in Vietnam he attended college in San Bernardino, California where his focus was Philosophy and Art. At first he was drawn to ceramics but found that painting suited his temperament much better.

He went to the University of California at Davis for graduate work, and while there was invited to participate in the Whitney Museum Studio Program in NYC.  He found the city much to his liking and moved there in 1974 where he lived and worked until 1993 at which time he moved to Maine where has resided since then.

When asked to describe his work he usually replies that it is a combination of Haiku poetry and Shaker furniture.

Artist statement:
DEFY GRAVITY; REDUCE FRICTION; EXPAND

Collections:
Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York; Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio;
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, California; IBM Corporation; Colby College, Waterville, Maine; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine; Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine

Solo Exhibitions:
2001-2003 Galleries in Rockland and Brunswick, Maine
1995 Frick Gallery, Belfast, Maine
1989 Cyrus Gallery, New York, New York
1987 Wenger Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1987 Laurie Rubin Gallery, New York, New York
1980 Project Room, The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, (PSI) Long Island City, New York

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2003 Biennial - Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine
2003 "Comp 101" - Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Portland, Maine
2002 Biennial - Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, Maine
1998 Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland, Maine
1998 "Sex and Gender" - Blum Gallery, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine
1997 Maine Coast Artists Annual Juried Exhibition, Rockport, Maine
1996 Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland Maine
1995 "Maine Industry" - Ames Gallery, Belfast, Maine
1994 Frick Gallery, Belfast, Maine
1993 Willow Gallery, New York, New York
1988 "Abstraction, Two Views" - The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
1983 "New Perspective in American Art" - Guggenheim Museum, New York
1981 White Columns, New York, New York
1979 American Academy of Design, New York, New York
1977 Group Show Invitational - 112 Greene Street, New York, New York
1977 Auction Show - Artists Space, New York, New York
1975 "76 Jefferson" - The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

Public Works:
"Demeter's Place", Cement Stucco Mural - 555 West 23rd Street, New York, New York (1980)
"Waldoboro Window" , Multi-Media Installations - Waldoboro, Maine (1997- ongoing)

Publications:
Weekly Humoresque in Waldo Independent, Belfast Maine (1994-95)

Reviews:
The New York Times (May 8, 1987); Art in America (October 1987); Los Angeles Times (1987); Maine Sunday Telegram (July 11, 1995); Art in America (November 1995); Courier Gazette (June 12, 1997); Maine Sunday Telegram (April 8, 2001)

Workshops:
Maine Art Education Association Fall Conference - Haystack - 1995

Teaching:
School of Visual Arts, New York City - Painting and Drawing (1985-1993)


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