October 7, 2015

Gut Reaction

A new post is up over on my website. Just a reminder that I've moved this blog. Hope to see you there!

September 30, 2015

This Blog Is Moving!

A collection of objects hanging on my studio wall.

With the launch of my new website I've decided to move this blog as well. It only makes sense to have things gathered into one place. The archives of this blog, 2009-2015, will be left intact for you to peruse if you'd like. If you have not done so I'd love for you to join my mailing list and subscribe to the RSS feed on my new blog. A big thank you to all my faithful followers--I do hope you'll join me in my new space!

September 23, 2015


Instincts, aluminum, plaster, resin, metal coating, patina, wax

This grouping of draped, nipple pieces are an extension of my fascination with the drop form. The bell-like breasts are more mammalian than human and more fetish than flesh--like an ancient rattle or tool of sorts. I try not to think of these associations when working. The forms began intuitively by twisting aluminum foil into a rough armature. After a layer of plaster they kinda looked like bent q-tips. Haha. I have more of these forms waiting but finished up this first group of four so I could see where they were going. Not sure how I would exhibit them, hanging individually or tied together as a bundle? There are many possibilities here.


September 15, 2015

My Website

I'm excited to announce that my website is live! You can visit suzannascott.com to view my new work and browse archives of previous work. Any feedback you can offer would be much appreciated. I promise you'll earn karma points for notifying me of typos, browsing glitches, etc. Thank you for looking!

September 11, 2015


Last weekend we were in Indianapolis and my parents took us paddle-boating on the canal downtown. The thing that struck me unexpectedly was the otherworldly view through the crystal clear water. It was mesmerizing to watch the koi fish swimming among the plant life through the mirrored reflection of the sky, trees and passing buildings. I took this short video to capture a bit of this layered landscape with a drifting leaf or two on the waters surface--a small reminder that the autumnal equinox is just around the corner.

September 3, 2015


While collecting snapshots of various textures I sometimes discover what I like to call 'found-scapes'. This is a loose term to include any image that reveals the abstraction of a landscape. Layers of strata, variegated striations or the hint of a distant horizon. Some are discovered on the side of a dirty dumpster or realized by my own manipulation of objects in the studio.