Originally from New York, Scott lived in Florida for 25 years before moving to the northwest. After 20 years in Seattle, WA, he has returned to the east coast. Scott brings a unique variety of experience and influence to his art. His journeys to Mexico, China, Central America and the Caribbean have influenced his color palette and sense of style. His experiences as a professional musician are evident in the rhythm and movement in his paintings. The structural and sculptural qualities seen in his work are informed by his extensive career as a landscape architect.

His work is crafted in the narrative tradition of short stories, improvisational music and poetry. These ‘stories’ or ‘songs’ unfold as an abstract translation of Scott’s inspiration and perspective. Scott invites us, the audience, to participate in the dialogue through our individual and unique interpretation.

Scott enjoys serving as both instructor and mentor to a growing number of beginning and experienced painters. His work is represented on both coasts and is featured at his WaterMusicArt Gallery & Studio in Chester, VT where he lives with his wife and daughter.