|L-R: John Scofield, Laila Pedro, Bernard Jacobson|
The photo of us above was taken in May of 2015 at the Andrea Rosen Gallery. My book was published in 2015 by the London-based Bernard Jacobson Gallery. http://www.jacobsongallery.com/
A blog site called Unlocking Litchfield recently ran a very nice visit with us titled, 'At Home with John Scofield.' They began their story by saying: John Scofield is and artist and designer living in Sharon, CT with his wife Bartley Johnstone, and their daughter, Evie. John’s folding music stand is in the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
You can find their photos and interview at: http://unlockinglitchfield.com/2016/05/home-john-scofield/
Here are some of the lovely photos taken by Lora Warnick. The well-written story is by Beverley Canepari.
|Bartley and I are standing in front of a large painting|
on paper titled 'Her Moods.' This is a cartoon for a
glass top coffee table named after a line in a poem by
|A triptych of paintings on paper in the flat-file cabinet.|
|S. Marie Novella silverchest / humidor with the|
mahogany lid raised. The cast bronze base has a
patina based on the stone arches of S. Maria Novella
|Sculptural toys that Evie and I make in the shop. This one spins on the purple|
nail. We make a lot of things like this together.
|My 'Folding Music Stand,' 1971. Behind it is a painting|
on paper for the 'Bruno Chair.' Bruno is my son's
middle name. This music stand is in the collections at MoMA
And the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego.
|A companion to the Folding Music Stand is this 'Music Chair'|
made in 2011. To its right is a small carved and painted
table with a maple top. Above is a painting on paper for
furniture called the 'Klismos Chair.'