Scott Sandell / Deepwater Projects
Scott Sandell is represented by James Gallery
All images and text ©Scott Sandell/Deepwater Projects 2024
Scott Sandell’s work is in the collections of the Walker Art Center; the Brooklyn Museum; the Nelson-Atkins Museum; the Frederick Weisman Museum; The Plains Museum; the Minneapolis Institute of Art; the Chrysler Museum; the U.S. State Department in Havana, Cuba; the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela; Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas; Frank Lloyd Wright’s Monona Terrace, the Ritz Carlton in Doha, Qatar, and hundreds of private and corporate collections.
Sandell studied printmaking with Universal Limited Art Editions' master printer Zigmunds Priede, then printed his work at Robert Blackburn's Printmakers Workshop in New York City until founding his own press, Deepwater Editions. Sandell received a Pollock Krasner grant in 2015 to create an expansive body of work entitled “The Shipwrecked Voices.” His work has appeared in films and television shows, and on the CD covers of composer John Adams, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and jazz pianist Jacques Loussier. Sandell’s art has wrapped two Hampton Jitneys, and appears on the wine labels of Long Island’s Roanoke Vineyards. The artist’s largest works include a 26’ x 52’ piece in the Pittsburgh Penguin’s arena, and forty large scale 3D works that hang from the walls and ceilings of the Internal Revenue Service’s main campus in Kansas City.