About The Artist
Scott is a sculpture Artist, Using modern technology while incorporating traditional techniques to create transformative works in wood. I am drawn to the exploration of the subconscious mind and am interested in how other artists perceive the world, and I strive to create sculptures that challenge viewers to see the world in new and unexpected ways.
I am inspired by the work of artists such as Fernando Botero, Louise Bourgeois, and Auguste Rodin, who were masters of their arts. I am also drawn to the work of contemporary artists such as Ryosuke Yazaki and Massimiliano Pelletti, whose sculptures explore visual themes of turbulence, naturalism, and intimacy.
My creative process begins with a long period of emotions, thought and exploration. I work with a variety of materials, including experimental paints and stains , woods found by the side of the road, and other objects plucked from oblivion. I can look at a section of tree, and see the sculpture contained within. Once I have a general idea of what I want to create, I begin to sculpt and mold in 3d. I often spend weeks or even months working on a single sculpture.
I am committed to creating sculptures that are both tactilely and visually stimulating and intellectually thought-provoking.
Scott is a sculpture Artist, Using modern technology while incorporating traditional techniques to create transformative works in wood. He was born and raised in Sausalito California which was his home from 1959 until 2006, He currently resides in Mill Valley Ca. Scott’s Sculpture was inspired by many Sausalito waterfront artists and legends over the years, including the late great Barney West of Sausalito’s waterfront sculpture studio Tiki Junction whom, as a boy wandering the waterfront, he would watch work for hours. Mesmerized by the forms Barney would coax out of common logs. Scott also spent many decades on the Sausalito restoring large Yachts and tugboats, an art-form in itself, beginning in 1976 and finishing his last boat in 2006.
Exhibitions & Press
The 2022 Corte Madera Invitational Art Exhibition.