Ternary Series .T001

       60 x 48,  oil on canvas

    Vocho Viejo Series


Scott Duce is an international artist working in New York.  Duce’s work is included in many corporate, museum, and private collections. Notable collections include Random House, General Electric, IBM, Pfizer, Inc., Capital Holding Corporation, McGraw-Hill Corporation, Petroplus Holdings, Switzerland, Seagrams-Montreal, Canada, and the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden.  Among his awards and honors he received a National Endowment for the Arts/SECCA artist grant.

Duce’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States, with several solo exhibitions in New York City, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta,  and internationally in Paris, France; Florence, Italy; and Lima, Peru.   He has had many commissioned works, including Bell South, Atlanta; White Elephant Resort, Nantucket; Embassy Suites Hotels, and the Knoxville Museum of Art, as well as many private commissions.

Duce is continually producing paintings, drawings, and animated films for an active exhibition schedule, he is in production on several new hand-drawn animation films; including a series of animated shorts on dyslexia, and he recently finished the film Castletown, a film incorporating animation and still photography techniques.

Duce has recently published a book of drawings titled Wild Traces: Drawings from Brush Creek Ranch and is working on two new books; Augury Series: symbols as language as meaning, and In Public, 2004 - 2017, a complete catalog of the In Public Series paintings

Duce continues work as a visual film/animation advisor as well as creating digital designs, storyboards, and concept art for film and animation projects.   In addition to his studio work he is currently a visiting professor at Sarah Lawrence College in the department of filmmaking and moving image arts.

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           ANTELOPE SKY .10

       48 x 72,  oil on canvas

      In Public Series