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Tunnel (Study) Scott Sueme

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Inspired by the road trip from Vancouver to Sonoma for his Uprise Art x MacArthur Place artist residency, Scott's series "South Fork Eel River" is a reflection on inner and outer landscapes. Read more

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Materials Acrylic and vinyl emulsion on wood

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My new series "South Fork Eel River" is a body of work that aims to explore the relationship between our inner landscapes, the self, and the external environments we navigate. The one painting in this series that best encapsulates this concept is "Tunnel (Study)" - to me, it represents the self, as one entity, and on the other side, our environment or lived experience in a feedback loop. I’m interested in this ever-present “interface” - how our internal states, or personal narratives filter and colour our perception of the world. A reminder that we are not just passive observers but active participants in shaping our reality. I was fortunate enough to travel a bit throughout the summer, and most of this series was created when I came back from these trips. Notably, a road trip from Vancouver, Canada to Sonoma, CA where I was an artist in residence at MacArthur Place in collaboration with Uprise Art. The sights I saw along the way and camping along the coast inspired the paintings "South Fork Eel River", "Valley of the Moon", and "Common Mushrooms 1 & 2". I think places have histories that we step into, and they also have the capacity to act as vessels for holding new experiences and stories. My work here is an attempt to capture or make an impression of my environment through a biographical, or personal lens. One that acknowledges both the self and where we belong.

Scott Sueme

About the Artist

Scott Sueme is a painter whose works explore the relativity of color through hard-edged abstraction.

News and Notables
  • Exhibited at Seattle Art Fair, 2022
  • Solo exhibition, The Garden at the Purple House at Gallery Jones, 2022
  • Featured in Architectural Digest, 2021