Artist: Scott Yoell Media: Silicone & plastic resin Dimensions: 24’ x 18’ x 12’ Date: 2008
This sculpture is composed of a flesh tone replica of Columbus’s mother ship, the Santa Maria. The ship is floating on the backs of bio-morphed rodents with human noses in place of their heads.
Artist: Scott Yoell Media: Cast resin & woodDimensions: 6’ x 8’ x 10’ Date: 2010
Tsunami is composed of 3000 thousand, four-inch tall businessman cast in flesh-tone plastic. When assembled together the army of businessmen reinforce the notion of mass production and the ideas of uniformity and mass consumerism that it fosters.
Artist: Scott Yoell Media: Cast resin Dimensions: 8’ x 9’ Date: 2008
The small pink flesh tone monopoly houses have been laid out in a pattern on the wall. From one perspective, it looks like an aerial view of a suburban community, but from another, carries the distinct outline of an ‘Aloha’ flowered quilt.
Artist: Scott Yoell Media: India ink and acrylic Dimensions: 50" x 30" Date: 2008
Part of the Incredible Hulk as Lou Ferrigno series, the diptych drawing ‘Cold Pink & Alone’ depicts a raging Incredible Hulk in the midst of floating dandy line spores.
Scott is an artist engaging traditional and electronic media. His recent work has been realized in drawing, sculpture, and video/sound installation. Yoell holds a BFA from the University of Windsor, Canada, and a MFA in Imaging and Digital Arts from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA. Yoell has also served as a Coordinator and Faculty member in the Studio Arts Department at Concordia University, Montreal and as a Visiting Instructor at the University of Nebraska, Omaha. His work was featured in The Contemporary Museum’s Biennial of Hawaii Artists Exhibition, Honolulu Hawaii; The Multispecies Salon, New Orleans Louisiana; and Videoholica 2010 International Video Art Festival, Varna, Bulgaria. Scott has also exhibited at such venues as Gallerie Art Mûr, Montreal Quebec, and Artcite, Windsor Ontario. The Katherine E. Nash Gallery in Minneapolis, the Hui No’eau, Makawao Hawai, idspace, Curtis Town Hawaii, Galerie L’Oeuvre, Chicoutimi Quebec and the Bemis Center For Contemporary Arts, Nebraska. His recent exhibitions include alterna APEC at The Arts at Marks Garage, and The Contemporary Museum’s Biennial of Hawaii Artists Retrospective Exhibition at Honolulu Museum of Art.