Trained in Vienna, American artist F. Scott Hess is one of the most technically accomplished artists working with the human form today. His psychologically charged paintings delve into the depths of the human psyche. Hess has an uncanny facility for portraying nuanced poses and gestures that communicate complex emotional states and engaging, often open-ended, narratives.
This exhibition is a collaboration between the CSUF Begovich Gallery and the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park.
This retrospective exhibition spanning five decades of Hess’ art will be presented at both locations simultaneously and accompanied by an approximately 160-page catalogue.