Scott Waters received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Victoria in 1997, and his Master of Fine Arts in 2004 from York University in Toronto. Waters’ recent and ongoing work draws on his period in the Canadian Army from 1989 to 1992. Serving as an infantryman in the Third Battalion of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Bravo “B” Company, he was stationed in Wainwright, Alberta, and Victoria, British Columbia.
Scott Waters - Nothing is more frowned upon than nothing, oil on canvas, 72″x72″
[Title from Eugene Thacker’s In the Dust of This Planet]
Scott Waters- Vanguard, oil and acrylic on canvas, 48” x 38”. 2010.
Represented by LE Gallery, 2008 – present
2015 How to Disappear Completely, LE Gallery, Toronto ON
2014 We All Go Down Together, LE Gallery, Toronto ON
2013 The Keeper of Nothingnness, LE Gallery, Toronto ON
2011 There Are Many Like It, But This One Is Mine, Le Gallery, Toronto ON
2010 Totems, LE Gallery, Toronto ON
2009 Trading Greens For Tans, Le Gallery, Toronto ON
Solo Exhibitions (public/artist run centre)
2014 The Keeper of Nothingness, The Vernon Public Art Gallery, Vernon BC
2013 RotoZero, YYZ Artists Outlet, Toronto ON
2010 Expressions of Force, Art Gallery of South Western Manitoba, Brandon, MB
2009 War: A Family Affair, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, ON (w/ Elaine Goebel)
2009 It’s Great to be a Man in Times Like These, Rodman Hall, St. Catharines ON
2007 Visiting Artist Residency Exhibition, Open Studio, Toronto ON
2005 Out of Bounds, The Alternator Gallery, Kelowna, BC
2014 UAAC conference, Cultural Work in Times of Military Commemoration, Toronto ON
2014 Exhibition talk, The Vernon Public Art Gallery, Vernon BC
2011 Visiting artist lecture, Red Deer College, Red Deer AB
2011 Visiting artist lecture, Family Portraits, The Military Museums, Calgary AB
2010 Residency lecture, Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Dawson, Yukon
2010 Guest Lecturer, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo ON
2009 Exhibition lecture, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina SK
Scott Waters- Dear Mom, Oil and acrylic on gessoed paper. 48” x 38”. 2010.
TIME WILL TELL OUR STORY
WIL KUCEY GALLERY
1183 Dundas St. W.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Director: Wil Kucey
Gallery Manager: Vinna Ly