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Local 290 Mask logo by Scott Wallin
Don't Spread On Me by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Sixty-seven by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Sixty-eight by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Sixty-six by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Sixty-five by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Sixty-four by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Sixty-three by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Sixty-Two by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty-eight by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty-seven by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty-five by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty-six by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty-four by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty-three by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty-two by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty-one by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Fifty by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Forty-nine by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Forty-Eight by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Forty-seven Triptych Left Panel by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Forty-seven Triptych Center Panel by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Forty-seven Triptych Right Panel by Scott Wallin
Particle Track Forty-seven Triptych by Scott Wallin
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About Scott Wallin
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Scott Wallin Particle Tracks to get more background information on the works and their origins:
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Scott began creating art works at an early age, eventually earning a BS in Fine Arts at Portland State University, and later working in the graduate program at the Rhode Island School of Design. While attending university in the late 1970s Scott was studying quantum physics, and in a number of the books photographic images taken at large particle accelerator facilities in places like Fermi Lab, CERN, and the Stanford Linear Accelerator, inside "bubble chambers" began to interest him.
To Scott, studying those images brought the equations of quantum physics to life. When he went to the Rhode Island School of Design for graduate school, he started drawing the Particle Track Series based on the "track" signatures left by the collisions of sub-atomic particles. They became a metaphor for how the fabric of our human interactions in life were intertwined like the relationships of the interactions of sub-atomic particles - as they take on an immense interwoven journey through sometimes highly dissonant, sometimes outrageous, and sometimes alarmingly harmonious paths.
From a purely formal analysis Scott explained in a recent interview, "I think there are a number of extremely challenging formal elements, colors, textures, shapes, etc inside each of these works, and you can have a rewarding discussion exploring them. But for me what's most interesting are that the pieces are absolutely and fundamentally developed with a vocabulary of their own design, using parts of the brain commonly referred to as the spiritual centers, or the unconscious constructs, while being consciously aware of their outcome.
The collisions and interactions of a color as it passes through it's journey across the piece can be shocking, subtle, tranquil, nerve wracking, challenging, and as you see all of the colors and their journeys connect and interact with each other across the piece, following their individual and their collective interconnected stories, a more meditative state starts to occur inside the viewer and a more sublime experience of quantum reality starts to reveal itself."
Scott's influences include journals and websites from CERN, FermiLab and SLAC and books like the Dancing Wu Li Masters, the Tao of Physics, Ram Das' Be Here Now, the teachings of Mooji, Karen Armstrong, Richard Feynman and various spiritualists and physicists. Under the direction of such mentors as artists Mel Katz and Laura Ross-Paul, Scott began drawing the figure extensively while creating more developed elements of the Particle Track Original Series, and began showing and selling his works in Portland Oregon galleries.
Scott's professional career took him into the advertising and marketing worlds, becoming a Creative Director, a Promotions Manager, and finally joining the electronic game industry at it's nascent stages in the 1980s through is dramatic evolution through the Internet 90s and Mobile 2000s - all while raising a family and gaining valuable business acumen as an executive and entrepreneur, working with start ups and prominent community action groups helping people in need in the Seattle area.
Through some cosmic coincidences and persevering through many many surgeries on an old college soccer injury, Scott has taken the Particle Track Series to a whole new and exciting level... and for no good reason other than "they have to be drawn" there is a body of work for you to purchase and enjoy today.
Scott Wallin's art is represented in the US by Ryan James Fine Arts Gallery in Seattle, WA, USA. To purchase the original pieces please contact Ryan James at the Ryan James Fine Arts Gallery at http://www.ryanjamesfinearts.com/ . Scott is also represented by the Central Newbery Galeria de Arte in Buenos Aires, Argentina. To purchase the original pieces at Central Newbery Galeria de Arte please contact Eugenio Ramirez email@example.com http://www.centralnewbery.com.ar/
And in Buenos Aires by the Central Newbery Galeria de Arte in Buenos Aires, Argentina. contact Eugenio Ramirez at the Central Newbery Galeria de Arte firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.centralnewbery.com.ar/