Scott, a resident of Ormond Beach, Florida, is an avid plein air painter and creator of various bird and fish sculptures made from wire and various finishes.
Upon obtaining his art degree in Philadelphia, Scott was recruited by Hallmark Cards. He later worked for some 35 years as a graphic artist for various newspapers, including 15 years at the St. Petersburg Times, where he illustrated the outdoors pages.
Scott’s work has been recognized throughout the United States. He is a State of Indiana upland game bird stamp contest winner; was selected for the Paint America National Gallery Tour; and designed the Florida Bass Fish automobile license plate. Scott’s works are in many private and corporate collections.
Ormond Beach, Florida
Scott, an Ormond Beach resident since 1999, was raised in St. Petersburg. He obtained a four-year art degree from Hussian School of Art, Philadelphia, in 1970. After graduation from art school, Scott was employed by Hallmark Cards to create flower settings and wildlife greeting cards. He later worked as a graphic artist for the St. Petersburg Times for fifteen years, where a large part of his responsibility was to illustrate the outdoors pages.
Scott’s work has been recognized throughout the United States. He is a State of Indiana upland game bird stamp contest winner, has had work selected for Paint America National Gallery Tour and he also designed the Florida Bass automobile license tag. Scott enjoys falconry and is an avid plein air painter.