Andrew Schoultz Paints Plane; Generally Kills It

To say that Andrew Schoultz likes a sizable challenge is a vast understatement. Just when murals and wall-sized paintings seem staggering, Schoultz surprises us with a Lockheed VC 140 Jetstar spy plane as his newest canvas. Completed for the Pima Air & Space Museum‘s (AZ) “Round Trip: Art From the Boneyard Project,” Andrew’s plane is among several curated artist planes selected by Med Sobio (independent curator) and Lesley Oliver (Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art). The oversize exhibition opens January 28th, and runs through May, 2012. For more information, check out the feature article from Juxtapoz Magazine and the preview from Arrested Motion.

Additionally, Schoultz will be debuting a new large-scale wall collage and painting at the Los Angeles Contemporary Art Fair in Jerome Zodo Contemporary’s booth tonight – January 19th – which will remain on view through January 22, 2012. Schoultz is also producing new work for his upcoming two-person exhibition with Richard Colman at VI Gallery (Copenhagen), which opens March 16th, 2012. Should you find yourself near any of these venues in the next few months – make it a point to see these ambitious projects!

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One response to “Andrew Schoultz Paints Plane; Generally Kills It

  1. Pingback: Spring Break Excursion: The Boneyard Project « AZ SOAP

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