Scot Kaylor's artwork traverses all points along the high-tension line strung between his need for immediacy of expression and the urge for precision.
Kaylor's works, which also include prints, drawings and photographs, have been extensively exhibited and commissioned internationally, and are represented in numerous private collections and publications.
The Philadelphia Weekly wrote; Literary in nature, Scot Kaylor's sculptural objects conjure up giants, dreamers and warriors. Kaylor's finely crafted sculptures, which look like gigantic ancient artifacts, have a fairy-tale nonsensical quality.
Kaylor recently completed a three-year term serving as the Chair of Fine Arts, Photography & Digital Arts and Textile Design at the Moore College of Art and Design, in Philadelphia, where he taught Sculpture, Fine Arts and Digital Imaging.
Kaylor received his BFA in Sculpture, with honors, in 1980 from Syracuse University in Syracuse, N.Y. He later attended the Rinehart Graduate School of Sculpture at the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, Md., where he was awarded an MFA in Sculpture, with honors, in 1989.
‘Points of Attraction' will be on exhibition through Jan. 26 at the AFA Gallery, 514 Lackawanna Ave. Scranton.