I recently had a wonderful studio visit and interview with artist, gallery director and curator, Chuck Gneich,
"With a love for unconventional materials, used out of context, Jordan Scott produces mesmerizing imagery through the repetition of postage stamps. He uses thousands of canceled U.S. postage stamps producing meditative surfaces that allude to communication and the interconnectedness of humanity. When seen from a distance, his technique produces beautiful surfaces of rich color, and as the viewer approaches the work, they are met with the surprising realization of unexpected intricacy."
Please read the rest of this interesting article on Chuck's Chicago Fine Art blog.