Regina Scully’s paintings explore contemporary cities and spaces in our current world as an amalgamation of objects, spaces, and events that collide and detach, connect and disconnect. By distorting perspective, slicing up space, and building forms by cutting them and bringing them back together, the artist tries to hybridize disparate elements while also discovering new imaginary spaces that reference an archetypal entrance into the subconscious.
Regina Scully lives and paints in the Lower Ninth Ward, Holy Cross, neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana. Scully was born in Norfolk, Virginia and received her BFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA in Painting from University of New Orleans.
Scully is a recipient of the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant Award in 2017. Her solo exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art, titled Regina Scully/Japanese Landscape: Inner Journeys, was on view April 6 – October 15, 2017. Scully’s paintings are in private and public collections including the Microsoft Art Collection (2010, 2013), the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Collection, and the New Orleans Museum of Art (2014, 2016).