January 30, 2012 — Georgia Remote Shoot

I got goose bumps when I first saw Michelle Scott’s paintings on her webpage two years ago, and I’ve been a fan of her work ever since. Since my discovery of KUKAN, Michelle has been using her grandfather Rey Scott’s China photographs in her paintings.

Painting by Michelle Scott

"Battle Cry" by Michelle Scott

Recently she created a couple of exciting new paintings for a group show at 2Rules Fine Art Gallery that will open on February 3rd in Marietta, Georgia. While seated at my desk in Hawaii, I was able to interview Michelle about that process with the help of Skype and Atlanta DP Wes Browning of Sema Films.

Photo of Robin Lung in Hawaii office

Director Robin Lung conducts Skype interview from Hawaii.


Wes also got some nice shots of Michelle putting some final touches on her paintings before delivering them to 2Rules. Wes and Skype facilitated another virtual meeting and interview with gallery owner Becky Rule. Of course I would have loved to do be there in person for it all, but I’m thankful that Skype and Wes allowed me to be a virtual part of it. Here are some photos Wes took of the shoot.


Becky Rule of 2Rules Fine Art


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2 Responses to January 30, 2012 — Georgia Remote Shoot

  1. Michelle says:

    cool looks great! Wish you were there too:)

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