Gallery artist Bill Scott is included in the group exhibtion Fully Saturated on view through March 22 at the Woodmere Art Museum. An exhibition of works in which vivid hues are a leading element. Artists embrace color in an endless variety of ways. Some use primary colors like red, yellow, and blue to lead the viewer through a playful story. Others use color to create a nuanced mood or express intense emotions. Still others apply contrasting “hot” and “cold” shades to create shifting relationships within a composition. This exhibition celebrates a range of creative choices and the richness and delight of color.