First, let me say 'welcome' to my website. This page captures everything you need to know regarding the projects and meaningful moments in my life both past and present. Feel free to contact me about my art pratice, pro wrestling, and spending time here at my wrestling gym/bed and breakfast. All the best, Scott aka Sarge
Biography Scott McEwan was born in London, Ontario Canada on November 7th, 1970. He has an exceptional family comprised of a father (Chuck), a mother (Eileen), and an older sister (Colleen). His extended family includes friends in the visual arts, education, and pro wrestling community who all have played an important role in his development of self. In addition to this, Scott worked for 4.5 years as Jack Layton’s LGBT executive in the riding of Toronto-Danforth doing outreach to the community and the media. As an educator, Scott has taught at all levels of the education system from pre-school to university and incorporates the model of self-realization and inquiry-based learning into the teacher/student dynamic. He currently teaches for the Thames Valley District School Board in the elementary division.
The Artist’s educational accomplishments include an Honours B.F.A. (Visual Arts), B.Ed. (Visual Arts), French as a Second Language, M.F.A. (Painting/Drawing and Theory), the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (The Ontario Ministry of Education and Training), and a nomination for Rhode’s Scholarship by the Faculty of Arts at The University of Western Ontario.
Scott has exhibited in public art institutions, commercial galleries, artist-run centres, alternative spaces and in publications throughout Canada and abroad. These include: Just Men Berlin, Zsa Zsa Gallery, Edward Day Gallery, Headbones Gallery, Spin Gallery, Paul Petro Multiples, YYZ Artists Outlet, Sis Boom Bah Gallery, Forest City Gallery, The London Regional Art Gallery, McIntosh Gallery, Art Gallery of Brandt, Cambridge Art Gallery, NEMAA (Minneapolis), Toronto International Art Fair, and was the cover artist for the Toronto Alternative Art Fair International in 2005.
The artist’s work, reviews and opinions/ideas can be found in art journals, national newspapers, magazines, radio and television. These media outlets include: Now Magazine, Eye Weekly, The National Post, The Globe and Mail, Xtra, Fab, Riverside Magazine, LOLA, Film Print, Xtra West, Toronto Life Magazine, Canadian House and Home, CTV News, Bravo Arts News, City TV, Jocko Homo Datapanik, Gay Calgary, Ontario Wrestlers Indy Elite, The London Free Press, Berlin 24, A Channel, The Londoner, and Wrestling Update Online.