Scott Gellatly


Sunday, December 31, 2017

2018 New Year's Studio Sale

Happy New Year!

To make room for new work, I'm hosting an online studio sale of past plein air and studio work. Please see images and prices below. If interested in making a purchase or seeing more, please email me at All paintings below are oil on panel.

 Northwest Sound, 12" x 16". $175, unframed. SOLD

 Oregon Sky, 6" x 6", $100 framed SOLD

Rippled Light, 12" x 16", $225 framed SOLD

 Ross Island, 12" x 12", $200, framed.

 Along Hood River, 12" x 12", $200, framed. SOLD

 Breaking Light, 24" x 36", $800, framed. SOLD

 River's Haze, 9" x 15", $200, framed.  SOLD

 Sunset on Slough, 6" x 6", $100, framed. SOLD

 Willamette Sky, 12" x 12", $200, framed. SOLD

Windswept, 12" x 12", $200, framed. SOLD

 Sunrise on Main, 14" x 11", $175 unframed. SOLD

 Oregon Coast, 8" x 10", $125 unframed. SOLD

 Riverwide, 11" x 14", $200 framed.

 Rocks at Point Lobos, 8" x 10", $150 framed.

Sunlight through Trees, 6" x 6", $100 framed SOLD

Red Refuge, 9" x 12", $200 framed

 Snow Scene, 6" x 6" $100 framed

 Point Lobos Coastline, 12" x 16" $200 unframed

 Autumn Splendor, 12" x 16" $200 unframed SOLD

Catalina Arroyo, 8" x 10" $200 framed

Palo Verde, 8" x 10" $200 framed SOLD

Sunday, September 17, 2017

“Birches for Andrea” – dedicated to Andrea Harris and in support of Andrea’s Hope Foundation.

Birches for Andrea
24" x 12", oil on panel
Earlier this year, my friend and colleague Andrea Harris passed away from ovarian cancer. For almost ten years, Andrea worked as the Chicago-based Artist-Representative for Gamblin Artists Colors. Andrea’s positive attitude, creative spirit and early morning workout regimen were constant sources of inspiration to the rest of our team.

I first met Andrea in early 2007, as I was ramping up the Artist-Rep Program. I visited her Chicago studio, we spoke for an hour or so, I told her about the program we were starting, and hired her on the spot. Andrea was working on a series of abstracted birch trees at the time, a subject that she would revisit often in her work. Even though she would eventually pursue various subjects throughout her painting, the birch trees always resonated most with me. It is for this reason that I chose to paint a family of birch trees to honor Andrea.

This painting is available for sale, by auction, with 100% of the proceeds going to Andrea’s Hope Foundation, which will enable women with ovarian cancer and their families to benefit from the same kind of compassionate care and support that Andrea and her family received.

I'm starting the auction at $300. The auction will end at the end of September. Please put your name and bid in the comments below. 

Please visit the website dedicated to Andrea's Hope Foundation.  

Thank you for the support. 


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Feature in The Artist's Magazine

It's a real honor to have my work featured in the April 2017 issue of the nationally-distributed Artist's Magazine. The article, written by John A. Parks, gives insights into the inspiration behind my work and artistic process - from creating works on site to developing larger works in the studio. Here's a quick preview...

The April 2017 issue can be purchased online at the North Light shop.