Paintings by Prof. Tom Scullin on exhibit at City Hall
Thursday, April 14th, 2016
ALLEGORICAL PAINTINGS BY Thomas Scullin, Associate Professor, PCA&D’s Foundations Department, will be on exhibit in the Lancaster City Hall from May 3 through June 27. An opening reception will be held Frist Friday, May 6 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Scullin is a proud founder of and a fulltime associate professor, for 37 years, at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design in Lancaster, PA. Scullin has thoroughly absorbed Art History from years of teaching it as well as having travelled extensively in Europe. He received his BFA from the Ohio State University and his MFA from Pennsylvania State University. Soon thereafter he attended the Skowhegan School of Sculpture and Painting.
Scullin has had 15 one-person shows, the most recent being at the North Museum in Lancaster, PA. Some of his other one-person shows have been in the Jun Gallery and the Hahnemann University Gallery, both in Philadelphia.
Scullin has participated in over 60 group or juried shows. He has won four First prize painting awards as well having been exhibited four times in the prestigious Butler Art Museum Midyear Show in Youngstown, Ohio. His most recent group show is titled “Four Artists” at the Lancaster Museum of Art.
Below are a few of the seventeen pieces on exhibit:
“Allegory, Birth of Versailles”, oil, 18″ x 43″
(Top art: “Allegory, Lenin”, oil, 24″ x 48″: The mad monk, Rasputin, spurred the fall of the Romanovs. He is off to the left receiving his sordid mystical powers. Lenin was smuggled into Russia by the WWI enemy Germans to undermine the Russian State. The last of the Romanovs would soon become martyred, not slain by arrows (like St. Sebastian), but instead by a hail of bullets. —± Tom Scullin)
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