Utilizing the rich history of rural Utah, Scott finds inspiration in forgotten and discarded items from a bygone era. Vintage typewriters, stacks of old beer cans, and dilapidated kitchen appliances are just a few of the overlooked items that he has repurposed into works of art.
Scott works in both watercolor and oil and is inspired by the character and detail of his subjects. The subtle nuances of these pieces are captured seamlessly by his photorealistic style, which Scott has honed for over 20 years.
Scott splits his time between graphic design and fine art in Central Utah. After receiving his Fine Art degree in design and training under a wide array of artists, Scott has gone on to participate in several group exhibits as well as festivals and philanthropic events.
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