One of the earliest artists to work out of the original Baltimore workshop, Scott is known for taking on dark themes of poverty, hunger, bodily harm and racism in exquisite beadwork sculptures and jewelry. In her 2000 monotype and intaglio print “Got Milk!,” Scott prints a rough-hewed, emaciated figure over a backdrop of flowers, printed from photos that her mother (and longtime collaborator) cut out from magazines. Above the figure, a glass surrounded by a blistering shock of red has the energy of a comic book exclamation, a visceral cry. The fine, fading florals and the desperate figure in the foreground reflect the tension at play in Scott’s beadwork. Here, Scott’s signature style — juxtaposition of pretty things with harsh realities — is distilled into its raw, salient parts.