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St. Charles Mural

Spoons of Venice

Rena Small

 

 

Scott Shellstrom:
Venice Paintings

V. V. Do you live in Venice, have a studio there, or both?

Shellstrom: I have lived in Venice since 1996 and have painted in a studio but more recently I have painted from my front room. I live on Speedway and 19th and love the beach.

V.V. Is being an artist in Venice different from elsewhere?

Shellstrom: Every time I visited LA I would make sure to come to Venice. This place is alive with color, excitement and personality. I have always wanted to live here and capture its energy on canvas.

V.V. How much time do you spend on Ocean Front Walk?

Shellstrom: Every day, until I recently took a full-time job. Now I make sure to spend as much time on weekends.

V.V. What's your favorite thing about it?

Shellstrom: Eye candy in any flavor ever imagined.

V.V. Do you wish you had been around in the old days when it was funkier, for instance in the Beat era?

Shellstrom: Yes, we are lucky that there are photos and art from that period. That is what I hope my work will reflect years from now.

V.V. Have you painted a mural in Venice or done decoration in any interiors?

Shellstrom: I have been asked and am very interested in doing so.

V.V. What is your favorite of the Venice murals past or present?

Shellstrom: Almost all of Cronk's works, "Starry Night" being my favorite

V.V. Are your paintings in the collections of any Venice luminaries?

Shellstrom: Yes, a professor, a writer and a fellow artist all from Venice

 

 

Venice Sunset
oil on canvas by Scott Shellstrom 60" x 36"

Venice Cowboys
Oil on canvas by Scott Shellstrom 44" x 44"

SEE MORE at SCOTT SHELLSTROM'S WEBSITE

 

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