Original Impressionistic Landscape Oil Painting by Scott Addis

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  • Gorgeous Post-Impressionism Oil Painting | A large original oil on board landscape by well-listed artist Scott Addis (Montreal, Quebec, 1963- ) | Titled Miami Daybreak | Painting depicts colorful post-impressionistic landscape with sweeping and dramatic colors | Painting is signed by artist to the lower left |  The painting is mounted in a wide beveled wood frame with a distressed gilt finish | Dimensions:  Large 39.5 x 33.5 painting.

    About the Artist:

    Scott Addis (Montreal, Quebec, 1963- ) was born and raised in a small southwestern town of rural Pennsylvania, where Scott Addis grew to love nature from a very young age.  His first art teacher was his father, who would bring him hunting and fishing, and also spent hours sketching and drawing with him, both in nature, and from pictures taken around their mountain home.

    As Addis grew older, the small town grew constrictive, and Scott ventured out on his own.  Addis enlistment in the Navy, which exposed him to different countries and landscapes, after which he settled in Cincinnati.  There he took some classes in drawing and composition, and taught himself to paint. He also made his professional debut in one of the oldest, most established galleries in the region named Closson’s.

    Since then Addis’ career has flourished, with his exceptional art work represented throughout the US and Canada.  Addis now resides in Montreal with his wife Lucie and newborn son Eric.

    Artist Statement:

    “My paintings are an expression of mood or emotion within a design that allows a window in for people to see what they want or need to see. Whether the work is moody – angry or brooding – joyful or exciting – restive or peaceful – the colors and brushwork allow me as an artist tools to both experience and express what I am feeling. These feelings come on strong, are hard even to experience and only a glimpse of them can be translated onto the canvas. The design of a painting is cartooned, borrowed from nature or worked from the figure, in order to allow the public to see something of them in the work. Hopefully most everyone has seen a lazy summer day, full of heat when nothing can be done. We’ve seen glimpses of sunsets with the promise of another day, rain clouds that remind us of troubles, mornings full of light and promise. The more specific the subject matter, the smaller the window of common experience that is shared. The tension between the message and the window is truly difficult to achieve – too much of one or the other is disastrous to the painting, but working within these parameters gives the work meaning and reward.”

    Recent Solo Exhibits:

    Newbury Fine Art, Boston, MA, USA
    Gallery KH, Chicago IL USA Galerie Beauchamp, Québec, QC Canada
    Diana Paul Galleries, Calgary, AB, Canada
    Artworks Gallery, Norfolk, VA, USA
    Galerie D’Art Michel Bigue, St. Sauver, QC,
    Whistler Village Art Gallery, Whistler. BC, Canada
    Medici Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA
    Closson’s, Cincinnati OH, USA
    Beacon Fine Art, Red Bank, NJ USA
    Loretta Goodwin Gallery, Birmingham, AL USA
    Toro Gallery, Philadelphia PA USA
    Koyman Galleries, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Award Winner, SOHO International Juried Art Competition, New York, NY
    Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, OH
    Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Brantford, ON, Canada
    Galerie de la Ville, Montreal, QC, Canada (solo)
    Canada Fitton Center for the Arts, Hamilton, QC, Canada (solo)
    Whitewater Gallery, Indiana University, Richmond, IN (solo)
    Pouch Cove Foundation, James Baird Gallery, St. John’s, NF, Canada
    Fresh Art, Behringer Crawford Museum, Covington, KY
    Club, Prominent Cincinnati Male Artists, Cincinnati, OH
    Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, OH

    Selected Shows (since 2000):

    2009 Gallery KH (formerly Mary Bell Galleries), Solo, Chicago, IL, É.-U.
    Loretta Goodwin, two person, Birmingham, AL, É.-U.
    Galerie ADDIS, Solo, Montréal, QC, Canada

    2008 La Forge Prison, Group, Brouage, France
    Galerie ADDIS, Solo, Montreal, QC, Canada
    Art Resources Galleria, Group, Minneapolis, MN, USA

    2007 Gallery 2050, Solo, Montreal, QC, Canada
    Mary Bell Galleries, Solo, Chicago, IL, USA
    Diana Paul Galleries, Solo, Calgary, AB, Canada
    Beacon Fine Art, Solo, Redbank, NJ, USA
    Loretta Goodwin, Group, Birmingham, AL, USA

    2006 Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield OH, USA, two person show
    Somerhill Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, three person show
    Artworks Gallery, Norfolk, VA, USA, solo
    Toro Galleries, Philadelphia, PA, USA, solo
    Art Resources Gallery, Minneapolis, MN, USA, solo
    Beacon Fine Arts, Red Bank, NJ, USA, solo

    2005 Toro Galleries, Solo, Philadelphia, PA, USA
    Closson’s Art Gallery, two person show, Cincinnati, OH, USA
    Art-Mode, Solo, Edmonton, AB, Canada
    Mary Bell Galleries, Solo, Chicago, IL, USA
    “Les Grands nom d’art Figuratif”, juried show, Granby, QC, Canada

    2004 Mary Bell Galleries, Solo, Chicago, IL, USA
    Twin House Gallery, group show, Atlanta, GA, USA
    Loretta Goodwin Gallery, Solo, Birmingham, AL, USA
    Art-Mode Gallery, Solo, Calgary, AL, Canada
    Gallery One, Solo, Main Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
    Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Two Person Show, Brantford, ON, Canada
    Galerie de la Ville, Solo, Montreal, QC, Canada
    Fitton Center for the Arts, Solo, Hamilton, OH, USA

    2003 Gallery One, Solo, Red Room, Toronto, ON, Canada
    Galerie D’Avignon, Solo, Montreal, QC, Canada
    Art Access, Solo, Columbus OH, USA
    Annie Bolling Gallery, Solo, Cincinnati, OH, USA
    Art Philadelphia, Philadelphia PA, USA
    Toronto International, Toronto ON, Canada
    Indiana University, Whitewater Art Gallery, Solo, Richmond IN, USA

    2002 Mary Bell Galleries, Solo, Chicago
    Closson’s, Solo, Cincinnati
    Bennett Street Gallery, group Show, Atlanta
    Loretta Goodwin Gallery, group show (small works) Birmingham
    Pouch Cove Foundation (James Baird Gallery), St. John’s NL

    2001 Art-Mode Gallery, Solo, Ottawa
    Mary Bell Galleries, Five Man Show, Chicago
    Agora Gallery, group show, SoHo, New York
    Galerie D’Avignon, group Show, Montreal
    2000 Closson’s, Solo, Cincinnati
    The Cartridge Factory group Show, Cincinnati
    March of Dimes “an evening in Provence”, Cincinnati
    SOHO International Juried Art Competition, award winner, SoHo NY
    Behringer Crawford Museum “Fresh Art”, Newport KY
    University Club, “Prominent Cincinnati Male Artists”, Cincinnati


    Springfield Art Museum, Springfield OH
    Government of Canada (Ottawa)
    Indiana University (Richmond)
    Ontario Hydro (Ottawa)
    First Energy Corporation (Cleveland)
    Capital Assurance Co (Quebec)
    Sanofi-Synthelabo (Quebec)
    SDS Software (Quebec)
    Comey and Shepard (Cincinnati)
    Mirant Canada (Calgary)
    Rogers Telecommunications (Ottawa)
    Salon Urbanity (Cincinnati)
    Pouch Cove Foundation (St John’s)
    Sydney Convention Center
    Australian Embassy to Canada (Ottawa)
    First Commercial Bank (Birmingham)
    Mason Public Library (Cincinnati)
    Western Geco, a Division of
    Medialink Communications (Quebec)
    Schlumberger Corporation (Calgary)
    Griffiths McBurney and Part.
    Sun Microsystems, Eastern Canada (Ottawa)
    Boscilla Marina
    Chester, Willcox & Saxbe (Columbus)
    Location Empress (Quebec)
    Digital Vision (Quebec)
    Gallery One, Toronto
    Bank of Montreal, HPB (Calgary)
    Mary Bell galleries, Chicago
    Calpine Canada
    Devries Financial Group Inc., Ottawa
    RBC Financial
    Canadian Medical
    Merrill Lynch
    Pan Canadian
    Location Empress Inc.
    E.B.S. inc
    Roger Girard Inc
    Les Assurances La Capitale, (Quebec)
    Sylvie Soucis Orthophoniste
    Abu Dhabi Mens College (United Arab Emirates)
    Gestion Claude Labrie Inc. (Quebec)
    Robert Seldon & Associates
    System/5 Inc.
    Diplomatic Agent
    Anne Thaler and Associates
    ABOVO Multimedia (Quebec)
    Deerpark Management Limited
    Hydro Technologies Canada Inc.

    Residencies, Fellowships and Grants:

    CARFAC (Canadian Artist Representation Fee) Grant, 2004
    Vermont Studio Center, Artist in Residence, Johnston, VT (September 2003)
    Pouch Cove, Artist in Residence, St. John’s, NL (October 2001)
    Professional Organisations

    RAAV – Regroupement des artistes en arts visuels du Québec
    CAC – Chicago Artists Coalition
    OPA – Oil Painters of America
    CAPSQ – Le Cercle des Artistes Peintres et Sculpteurs du Québec


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    Artist / Maker

    Scott Addis


    20th Century






    American, Canada






    “Miami Daybreak”