A Contemporary Humorist, with a Cajun and Caribbean twist, who takes his art seriously, but with a big dose of humor and color. Scott takes his work to another level of depth using vibrant colors and textures to produce his wacky world of original and limited edition pieces.
Scott’s medium consist of acrylic paint, Gypsum Cement, found objects. His original paintings are on canvas, wood and metal.
“When I ate my first crayon as a kid, I knew I wanted to be an artist.” He grew up on Anna Maria Island, Florida, attended Ranging School of Art and achieved a BFA from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Scott moved back and forth from Florida to Louisiana several times after graduation. His heritage of being half Cajun made him settle in a little town called LaPlace on the outskirts of New Orleans. After ten years he relocated to Waveland, Mississippi where he lives close to the gulf beaches and bayous.
Scotts works are currently sold have been sold to private collectors in 24 different countries. He has been included in many group shows around the country, including the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans (1993), the New Orleans Museum of Art (1991), and in 1993, he was featured on the show Real New Orleans on Channel 26 TV. Featured Artist at the Lynne Meadows Discovery Center (Bear Creek Bluegrass Festival), Children’s Museum, Gulfport Mississippi (2005). Featured Artist, Jubilee City Fest, Montgomery, AL. (2005). After a brief setback in 2005 named Hurricane Katrina, Scott he had a show in August, 2007 at Maggie May’s Art Gallery in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. Now he shows at Gallery 220, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi and at Mombo’s in Waveland Mississippi.