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New Studio.. New Work

New Studio.. New Work

Posted by on Mar 11, 2015 in News, Uncategorized | 0 comments

In November I moved into a new studio space and began exploring several ideas. An extension of the ideas that led me to my previous show “The Lies We Believe”, im juxtaposing African and other Masks in contrast to NON African artifacts or icons. These two images are process shots and these pieces are still in...

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Metaphorical Thinking

Posted by on Dec 18, 2014 in News, Uncategorized | 0 comments

“CREATION of a MOVEMENT” BY AYO SCOTT Ayo Scott is coming into his own.  He was born into New Orleans artistic royalty as the only son of the late MacArthur Fellow John T. Scott whose sculptures dot the city.  And while we can see the influence of the elder artist’s aesthetic, Ayo’s voice is distinct, clear, and strong.  In this piece, Ayo...

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3 Rings for Meena

3 Rings for Meena

Posted by on Aug 23, 2014 in News | 0 comments

This piece is a commission for a good friend of mine. The three gods in the piece are Durga, Hanuman, and Rama. i wanted to combine digital art and painting to create this piece.. and wanted to use the paint as a visual support element to tie together the foreground and background.   per the request of my friend. prints are available for interested...

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Comic Book Diplomacy and The Lies We Believe D. Eric Bookhardt on new works by Christopher Saucedo& Ayo Scott

Comic Book Diplomacy and The Lies We Believe  D. Eric Bookhardt on new works by Christopher Saucedo& Ayo Scott

Posted by on Aug 22, 2014 in News | 0 comments

check out the article on GAMBIT here   Beyond airplanes and atom bombs, few things symbolize 20th-century America more than comic book superheroes. Just as ancient Rome believed in all-powerful deities like Apollo and Minerva, kids in midcentury America — often called a new Roman empire — believed in Superman and Wonder Woman. The characters’...

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