Photography, Paintings & Books
Scott Moss is a photographer, painter and writer living in Corvallis, Oregon. He makes portraits of residents of Corvallis on an analog camera and enjoys the zen-like patience and attention to detail of film photography. He also creates Japanese-inspired circle paintings called Concordia, which means harmony in Latin. The paintings take 22 minutes each, 20 minutes of meditation, and 2 minutes of setup and painting. They are meant to embrace Lao Tzu’s quote, “I have only three things to teach: simplicity, patience and compassion.”
Scott has written three books, the most recent called The Book of No Self, published by Apocryphile Press. His other two books are Disappearances: The Infinite Remanifested, and Auction (Poems), published by Leiden Press.