Born in 1976, in Groton, CT, Scott Malbaurn is a hard-edge, geometrical artist working in synthetic water-based mediums such as silica, urethane, and acrylic resin along with pigments to make his own paint. The paintings are flat color fields with lines that race, zip and carve themselves through the surface. Scott is currently the Acting Assistant Chairperson of Fine Arts at Pratt Institute where he also teaches Fine Art Drawing. He has exhibited his work internationally with many exhibitions in New York. Scott has also organized and curated exhibitions in New York, Baltimore and Connecticut. Scott Malbaurn received his BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a MFA from Pratt Institute. He lives in Long Island City and works in Brooklyn.