Scott Fraser, ‘Three Way Vanitas’, 2006, Gallery 1261

About Scott Fraser

Drawing functions as the foundation of Scott Fraser’s practice, which includes still lifes, installations, and small works. Featuring surreal juxtapositions of everyday objects, his extremely detailed still lifes are informed by his extensive study of human anatomy. Most of his paintings begin as small thumbnail sketches that resemble works of architectural draughtmanship. “In figuring line, volume, and perspective, I do lots of adjusting in the stage before transferring the drawing to a panel for my painting,” he says. “I rarely do a large work without extensive pre-study work.”

American, b. 1957

Solo Shows on Artsy

Lemon Fall, Quidley & Company, Nantucket

Group Shows on Artsy

Small Works, Gallery 1261, Denver
Behind the Easel, Somerville Manning Gallery, Greenville
In Good Company, 2016, Quidley & Company, Boston
The Renaissance of Realism, Gallery 1261, Denver
In Good Company 2013, Quidley & Company, Boston
Contemporary Realism, Gallery 1261, Denver