Scott, an Ormond Beach resident since 1999, was raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. He obtained a four-year art degree from Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia. After graduation from art school, Scott was employed by Hallmark cards to create flower settings and wildlife greeting cards. He later worked for the St. Petersburg Times for fifteen years as a graphic artist, where a large part of his responsibility was to illustrate the outdoors pages. While at the Times, Scott created an illustrated column that ran once a week entitled “The Nature of Florida.” He wrote about and illustrated a different Florida species each week.

In the mid-1980s, Scott moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he was the art director of the local newspaper for eight years. Upon returning to Florida, Scott worked as a graphic artist for the Orlando Sentinel newspaper for eight years and for the Daytona Beach News-Journal for six years.

Scott, an avid falconer, appreciates wildlife and the outdoors. His appreciation for nature and wildlife is reflected in the realism of his work. Scott seeks to share his enthusiasm for nature with others via his acrylic paintings and wire/mixed media sculptures.

Throughout Scott’s career with Hallmark and newspapers, he was always creating paintings and sculptures. His Scott’s work has been recognized throughout the United States and abroad. He is a State of Indiana upland game bird stamp contest winner; he is the artist who designed the Florida bass fish automobile license plate; and his paintings have traveled throughout the United States as winners in the top 50 and top 100 of the Paint America (paint the parks) competition. Additionally, Scott has done past prints for the Wild Turkey Federation and Duck Unlimited (Florida). Scott’s paintings and sculptures are part of many private and corporate art collections.


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