Category: About Energy Field Paintings

TRUE COLORS • Nassau County Museum of Art • July 23 - Nov 4, 2018

| 15 July, 2018 16:46

3 of my Bittersweet paintings will be in this blockbuster show on color. Curated by the Director

Dr Charles Riley this show has over 100 works from the 19th center to this moments hottest talents.

TRUE COLORS

Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY • Poison Play • April 10 - June 5, 2016

| 09 March, 2018 16:45

Four person exhibition exploring environmental issues.

My interview in NotRandomArt magazine

| 06 April, 2017 15:26

I am pleased to share the latest review of my work in NotRandomArt. 
My work and interview can be found on pages 30 to 37. It's an interview about how and why I started painting and how my work arrived at where it is now.


https://www.joomag.com/magazine/not-random-art/0194614001488987769

Featured Artist on ARTSY SHARK, Artist Scott McIntire paints vivid, color-saturated images....

| 26 September, 2016 16:44

http://www.artsyshark.com/2016/09/19/featured-artist-scott-mcintire/ (More)

Scott McIntire's Artist Profile in Hamptons ArtHub

| 05 August, 2015 11:53

Enamel on Canvas, 2013

My artist profile on the Hamptons ArtHub published July 21, 2015. Showing at the Peter Marcelle Projects, 4 North Main Street, Southampton • Opening Aug. 15, 6 to 8pm #EnergyFieldPaintings

Link    http://hamptonsarthub.com/2015/07/21/scott-mcintire-a-close-up-view-of-the-life-around-us/

"The Pollinator" in SciArt in America • August 2015

| 05 August, 2015 10:57

The Pollinator • 24" x 36" • Enamel on Canvas • 2015

This painting about the perils of the pollinator is part of SciArt's "The New Unconscious" exhibition. It shown in the SciArt in America magazine published August 2015.

See online version http://read.uberflip.com/i/550193-saia-august-2015

 

Un-Natural Nature, a Virtual exhibition begin Nov. 2014

| 01 November, 2014 17:37

Fear of Fracking • 36" x 48" • Enamel on Canvas • 2014

Nature today is a push and pull between preservation and expansion. As urban sprawl continues to domineer, the organic world is transitioning from a natural occurrence to a corralled phenomenon. The man-made world reorients our perception, and nature is becoming less organic and more hyper-mediated. As nature gives way to a growing man-made jungle, how does this affect our reflection of the Sublime? "Un-Natural Nature" explores the ever-changing landscapes of a 21st-century world.   •  See more at: http://www.sciartcenter.org/un-natural-nature-virtual-exhibit.html#sthash.1xRfRqAu.dpuf

"The Birds" at the Kenneth Paul Lasko Gallery, Sept 19 - Nov 15, 2014

| 13 September, 2014 19:16

"The Birds" • 12" x 36" • Enamel on Canvas • 2014

Cinema 05 is an exhibit of movie related artwork at the Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery in Cleveland, OH. This years painting refers The Birds a 1963 suspense/horror film directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

Catalogue for solo exhibit at Kenneth Paul Lasko Gallery, March 21st - May10th, 2014

| 15 March, 2014 10:21

Bagdad Cafe Energy Field at the Kenneth Paul Lasko Gallery, Sept 20 - Nov 9 2013

| 22 September, 2013 22:23

Landscape painting of Bagdad Cafe location

Bagdad Cafe Energy Field • 17.25" x 54" • Enamel on Birch Plywood

Cinema 04 is an exhibit of movie related artwork at the Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery in Cleveland, OH. This is the 3rd time I have shown in the Cinema shows. This years painting is of the location where the movie "Bagdad Cafe" was shot. It's in the California desert on the old Route 66. 

The Attack of the 50ft Woman at the Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery in Sept-Oct 2012

| 19 September, 2012 12:30

Painting in enamel on canvas, 24" x 48", 2012

The Attack of the 50ft Woman • 24" x 48" • Enamel on Canvas • 2012

This is part of a group show titled Cinema 03 and is the second appearance of “The Attack of the 50ft Woman” as subject matter for my artwork(see below). This time the movie meets with my energy field series of paintings. Placing it in a drive-in movie theater setting seemed to be a perfect match for this vintage film and the moment in the film when she touches the power poll couldn’t be more appropriate. 

The Attack of the 50ft Woman at the Morgan Rank Gallery in 1999

| 19 September, 2012 12:09

painting in gouache, 42" x 33", 1999

The Attack of the 50ft Woman • 42" x 33" • Gouache on Watercolor Paper • 1999

I first used of this movie as my subject matter in an exhibition titled “Lost Horizons” at the Morgan Rank Gallery in June 1999 in East Hampton, NY. The show featured objects that we will be passe in the 21st century. It was made up of 80 individual and grouped paintings. Each painting was done in black Gouache on bright white watercolor paper and measured 11” x 14”. The “The Attack of the 50ft Woman” was a grouping of 9 paintings that represented a poster advertising the movie showing in the Bridgehampton Drive-in. 

"Pokeweed Energy Field" at Emerging Art Long Island

| 05 July, 2012 09:32

Enamel on Canvas, 48" x 64", 2012

EMERGING ART LONG ISLAND

FIRST ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBITION

The South Street Gallery, 18 South Street, Greenport NY
Exhibition Runs July 7-August 6

Emerge LI is an art collective based on the East End which aims to strengthen connections between established and emerging artists. The group limits their scope to artists who are committed to their practice and working within a strong curatorial framework.


“Considering Global Warming” at Art Takes Times Square

| 19 June, 2012 20:21

Painting on billboard in Times Square NYC

Here’s a photo of my painting on a billboard in Times Square. Art Takes Times Square presented over a thousand of works by artists from all across the world in an immense art exhibition in NYC. The premiere was last night, June 18th, 2012.

The Dance of the Saquaros

| 04 May, 2012 13:28

TheDance of the Saguaros • 24" x 72" • Enamel on Canvas • 2009

This painting came about after a series of Saguaro black and white drawings like the two below. I used color to play up the different personalities of each cactus.

Saguaro Meeting 1 • 13" x 45" • Pencil on Watercolor Paper • 2010

Saguaro Meeting 2 • 13" x 45" • Pencil on Watercolor Paper • 2010