The art of Scott Treleaven


Nick + Matt (2004).

Collage and painting by Canadian artist Scott Treleaven who says of his work “occult language and symbology often remains the most accurate way of describing and dignifying the human condition.”


Black Shuck (i) (2007).

• Scott Treleaven at Gay Utopia: I | II

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The art of Andrey Avinoff, 1884–1949
The art of Robert Flynt
Austin Osman Spare

2 thoughts on “The art of Scott Treleaven”

  1. Scott Treleavan’s work makes a change since I’ve not seen any other homoerotic art that’s informed by a contemporary occult sensibility like this; usually all you get is a kind of fuzzy mysticism.

    And I do indeed know Monster Brains since they linked to my post about Jean-Marie Poumeyrol a couple of years ago. Some fascinating work they turn up there.

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