A Thing of Beauty
fine art, sacred and profane
The fine art of Judith Scott
Welcome to a site dedicated to the work of professional artist Judith Scott. See current and former work portfolios of an established artist who has exhibited widely, providing work for six decades to private owners and institutions throughout the east and mid-west United States. Commissions welcomed.
The Profane (secular) II
Life-size self-portrait, late 1970s, "original "organic drawing" technique using meat, vegetables, other natural "tools" dipped in India ink and pressed on paper. Current location unknown.
Framed cheesecloth used to strain dyes, 1980s. In collection of Darlington Fabrics (George C. Moore Co.), Rhode Island.
Framed seriagraph, print size approx. 8"x10". Private collection of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McKinney, Rhode Island.
Framed large pencil drawing of mountainside swimming hole, Macungie, PA. Drawing size approx. 24"x32". $450.
Framed acrylic painting. Private collector, Rhode Island.
Framed 30"x50" oil on canvas, originally begun as outdoor art walk demo, completed and in collection of Marysville Advocate newspaper.
very large gallery-framed oil on canvas, approx 60"x84". $2500. Companion painting sold to private collector, Nebraska, by Strecker-Nelson Gallery, Manhattan.
Framed 36"x48" oil on canvas, originally painted in 1974, and stored, forgotten in artist's studio until 2003. I did not know why I had to put the red plane in, I just did. Years later I discovered it and decided to show it. Now in collection of Andover Newton Theological School to the best of my knowledge.
Framed cheesecloth through which textile dyes are poured to catch impurities before placing dye in dyebath. Collection of Darlington Fabrics, George C. Moore Co., Rhode Island.