Artist Justin Scott says
that, for him, painting is like a symphony on canvas. Although
his multitude of frenetic forms seems to cause the image
to teeter on the brink of chaos, somehow the whole thing
manages to coalesce in vibrant, pulsating concord. Lines,
planes, arcs, and circles take the place of instruments
and come together in coherent harmony. Geometric gestures
hop, skip and jump across the canvas with enough spontaneity
that it appears the musical score is dancing to and fro.
As the eyes move across the canvas, his sophisticated use
of color, indicative of his effort to create movement, is
soured just enough to be interesting. It has been said that
the art of painting is knowing when to stop. Based on the
works of this painter, he is well attuned to that moment.