Scott Wright’s artwork has been exhibited internationally in gallery and museum shows including, The Mulligan Shanosky Gallery in San Francisco, The Hann Gallery in Philadelphia, The Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, OH, The University of Edinborough, Scotland, and the Bronx Art Space in New York. Wright received an MFA from The University of Pennsylvania School of Design in
Philadelphia and a BFA from Purchase College, SUNY in New York. He received the Hazell award for painters from the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Feature articles about his artwork have appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the New York Times. In 2009 the Lancaster Museum of Art held a retrospective exhibition of his work featuring more than forty paintings and works on paper; a 64-page color catalog was published in conjunction with this exhibition. His artwork can be found in numerous public and private collections.
Wright has taught studio art including painting, drawing and digital media at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, Purchase College, SUNY, Franklin and Marshall College, and Elizabethtown College
Presently he lives in eastern PA with his wife and son. His studio is located in a restored Nineteenth Century factory building.