Nor'Easter: 45th Annual Juried Members Exhibit

New Britain, CT, January 10 - 25, 2015
New Britain Museum of American Art
56 Lexington Street New Britain, CT 06052
(860) 229 - 0257

Opening reception on Sunday, January 11, 2015, 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.
Remarks and awards at 1:30 p.m.

First prize: Ernest Jolicoeur
Second prize: Naya Bricher
Third prize: Roxanne Faber Savage
Juror's Award: Ron Lambert

On display:
Naya Bricher
Whorls, marker on grey gessoed canvas, 72 x 72 inches- link

Scott Bricher
Art Teacher, oil on canvas, 40 x 48 inches- link


the intersecting lives of one artist family... 
Mary Terrizzi, Naya Bricher & Scott Bricher

Litchfield, CT, January 19- March 29, 2014
Marie Louise Trichet Art Gallery
Wisdom House

LITCHFIELD, CT.—Artists Scott Bricher, Mary Terrizzi, and their daughter, Naya Bricher, are pleased to present ‘Realms’, an unfurling record of parallel journeys. Living and working from their home in South Kent, Connecticut, they are unique, independent artists. However, as a family, they present an unprecedented exhibition united in format.

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Are you related?

A family exhibit
Mary Terrizzi, Naya Bricher & Scott Bricher

Waterbury Republican Article- Art, like family, revels in connections

Kent, CT, November 2- December 31, 2013
Kent Memorial Library

KENT, CT—(Kent, Connecticut) – For the first time, the artistic family of Scott Bricher, Mary Terrizzi, and their daughter, Naya Bricher, are creating fine art under one roof. Their home life and creative life have always intersected, but never have they overlapped so significantly. They live in a constant state of acclimation to their work, to one another and to the world. “Are you related?” celebrates the unanticipated intersections, similarities, and departures within three bodies of work. Through work presented in thematic, stylistic or chronologic clusters, they ask viewers to recognize the common, perhaps genetic, element. As their first family art exhibition after nearly twenty years of living in Kent, they are excited to share their discoveries with the community. The family’s art will be displayed in the Library’s Gallery from November 2 through December 31.

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Mad Man

Scott Bricher's art for Mad Magazine

Northampton, MA, March 4 - March 29, 2013
Oresman Gallery
Hillyer, Brown Fine Arts Center
Smith College

NORTHAMPTON, Mass.—For fifteen years Scott Bricher has created a wide variety of artwork for Mad Magazine. As a member of the “Usual Gang Of Idiots” his contributions include parodies of current events, politics and pop culture. Working in many styles he creates images that range from drawings and paintings to photographic trickery and advertising mimicry.

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Washington, CT, September 8 - November 10, 2012
Gunn Memorial Library and Museum

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New York Times

Litchfield County Times Article- Scott Bricher's New Show Shares his 'Wunderkammer'

Exhibition Statement
A number of years ago I had a dream in which I found myself in an upper room overlooking an overcast cobblestone alley below. The room was narrow, had windows on three sides and glass paned cabinets covering the walls. I was unable to see into the cabinets but I knew the room was mine and found in it much comfort, reassurance, strength and mystery. This dream was a turning point for me and with its assistance I found more confidence in my life and art.



WILLIMANTIC, CT, October 13, 2010

Accomplished figurative painter and teacher, Scott Bricher of South Kent, Connecticut, will be one of ten American painters exhibiting their works at the “Solemn & Sublime: Contemporary American Figurative Paintingexhibition at Eastern Connecticut University October 21st through December 2, 2010 in Willimantic, Connecticut. Bricher’s two oil paintings, “The Journey Begins” and “Release”, will be exhibited in the Akus Gallery on the university’s campus, with an Opening Reception on November 3rd at 5:30 PM. A panel discussion will precede the opening at 3:00 PM featuring acclaimed international painters Vincent Desiderio, Sidney Goodman and Mel Leipzig, and will be open to the public.


Multiple Master

Passport Magazine, Litchfield County, CT
By Kathryn Boughton, September 18, 2009

Genre hopping in Kent, CT.

To paraphrase the Rogers and Hammerstein song from "Oklahoma," artist Scott Bricher is a guy "who can't say no."

"I say 'yes' to whatever comes along," said the Kent, Conn., artist who, for a quarter of a century, has produced a flood of fine art, private commissions, illustrations and design work, as well as working for major corporations, magazines, book publishers and point-of-purchase advertising designers. Along the way, he has taught himself how to work in digital media, including illustration, 3D modeling, Flash animation, Web presentation and graphic design, for clients such as Mad Magazine, PBS, Pitney Bowes, Taunton Press and Crew Design in Kent.


Scott Bricher - painting, illustration & design     860-927-1667      26 Stone Fences Lane, South Kent CT, 06785