September 3rd to October 31st, 2020

PLEASE NOTE: walk ins are welcome for the gallery, on your own or small groups of up to three people. Please wear a mask.


Drawings by Amherst artist Scott Tulay.

Through his drawings, Scott Tulay investigates the ambiguity of space. Whether inspired by built form or natural context, his art is constructed of an armature of light. Light, or what looks like atmosphere or fog, is engaged in either defining space or dematerializing the landscape or architectural elements depicted. This treatment of light, combined with an unclear relationship of the viewer’s place in relation to the ground plane, creates a spatial disconnect with an ambiguity of depth and motion.

About Scott Tulay:
In the last six years, Scott has exhibited in museums and galleries here and abroad, including locally at the Springfield Museum of Art and the Brattleboro Museum of Art; Boston, San Francisco, London, and Berlin. Upcoming shows are scheduled for San Francisco and Leipzig, Germany. His drawings are in private and public collections, and have been written about in numerous publications including American Art Collector, Artscope Magazine, Design New England, CUBE Berlin, and Bauwelt Magazine. He holds degrees in art history and architecture, and currently works as an architect at Juster Pope Frazier in Northampton.


Banner image: detail from Fractal, ink, charcoal, graphite; 30×40”, 2020