Everingham holds a BFA from NSCAD University in Halifax, and an MFA from the University of Waterloo. He is a 3-time RBC Canadian Painting Competition Finalist with exhibitions at The Power Plant (Toronto), the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa) and Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Jon Imber Painting Award from the Vermont Studio Centre, Canada Council, Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council. Everingham’s work has been reviewed in The Toronto Star, Canadian Art Magazine, The Globe and Mail,The Magenta Foundation, Juxtapoz Magazine, The National Post, Studio Beat, and NOW Magazine. His work is included in many private and corporate collections such as The Bank of Montreal, TD Bank Collection, RBC Corporate Collection, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Welch LLP, Cadillac Fairview, Osler Hoskin & Harcourt and the Tom Thompson Art Gallery. Everingham exhibits internationally with exhibitions at the Torrance Art Museum (Los Angeles), Field Projects (New York) and Beers London (UK). Art fairs include The Armory Show (New York), Art Chicago, and Art Toronto. Everingham lives and works in Toronto, Canada.
Artist Website: https://www.scotteveringham.com/
Recent Exhibition: Feeding Fish
General Hardware Contemporary, April 2019
Feeding Fish is a new body of work by Scott Everingham, which explores painting as shipwrecks – both in their ultimate ending and in their potential for discovery. Using paint language to describe the tangible: architecture, submarine life, and as found treasure, Everingham continues to explore narrative and fiction in abstraction.The process of each is an encounter of an environment that studies the parallels of painting with the inevitability of life and death; of one vessels’ ending and the gift of its deterioration.
In Scott Everingham’s recent works he uses abstract paint language to describe a certain experience that is loosely and paradoxically related to our reality and perception. Each hopes to establish a strange and yielding utopia in which to enter, explore, and determine.
Finalist for Dave Bown Projects in New York
Curators: Helga Christoffersen, Assistant Curator, New Museum, New York and
Kelly Kivland, Associate Curator, Dia Art Foundation
Mires, solo exhibition reviews