Scott Reuter - Writer, motorcyclist, wannabe visual artist, historic revisionist. Makes found object assemblages, sometimes slathered in beeswax, sometimes not. Favorite areas of art history: DaDa, situationists, outsider art, expressionism...
b. 1962 CE in southern Indiana. Farm/country childhood. A.S. degree in Exhibits, an intern and then full-time Exhibit Preparator at The J. Paul Gettty Museum in Malibu, CA. Ten years there, then the Northridge earthquake (1994) created opportunity to launch Exhibit Safety - an art installation/earthquake mitigation service. Scott and spouse soon decide to leave L.A. - buy a house in Astoria, Oregon in 2001. One year as Executive Director of Clatsop County Historical Society. Back to L.A., a year as preparator at The Lowe Gallery in Santa Monica, then back to school at Antioch University Los Angeles for a B.A. degree in Liberal Arts w/ an emphasis in creative writing. Currently president of AVA and member of the Astoria CERT team.
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|"Hi Scott- love your witty and multi faceted art! love to see more!"|
|"Hey, by the way, I am still interested in helping with a surreal halloween show. "|
|"Hey Scott -- you're the king of found art!"|
|"looks great, cool stuff!!"|
|(c) Scott Reuter||Astoria Visual Arts Association|