Scott Duce is an international artist working in New York. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States, with several solo exhibitions in New York City and internationally in Paris, France; Florence, Italy; and Lima, Peru. Duce’s work is included in many corporate, museum, and private collections. Notable collections include Random House, General Electric, IBM, Pfizer, Inc., Capital Holding Corporation, McGraw-Hill Corporation, Petroplus Holdings, Switzerland, Seagrams-Montreal, Canada, and the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden. Among his awards and honors he has received a National Endowment for the Arts/SECCA artist grant and an Artist in Residence at Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts. Duce is continually producing paintings and drawings for an active exhibition schedule, working on two book projects, and is in production on a series of hand-drawn animation short films. In addition to his studio work he is currently a visiting professor at Sarah Lawrence College.
I have been a professional artist for over twenty-five years. To make artwork everyday is a privilege as well as a commitment that comes from a desire to explore, analyze, and reflect. My work is about seeing, it's about thinking, it's about observing, it's about feeling, and for better or worse, it is about making.
Lives and works in Bronxville, NY