In addition to photography, Scott produces artwork which comprises painting with printer ink, photo collage and retro futurism AKA “Steampunk”. His unique and creative ‘Print Ink’ paintings were first shown at a one-night exhibition hosted at Allied World in Bermuda and can be seen on YouTube. These large works have decorate storefront windows, tattoo parlor offices and homes in Bermuda, New York and Vancouver. Examples can been seen also at Scott’s profile at Artwanted. Sizes are approximately 4′ x 3′- on cavas and stretched or framed.
Scott’s ‘Print Ink’ paintings on display in New York City, fall 2015:
Scott’s large scaled collages have won awards at the ‘Charman Prize’ shows hosted by Masterworks Art Museum and have been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. John Charman. The collages often take many months to assemble and can contain a hundred or more individual images, found artifacts as well as pen and ink drawings. The subject matter has ranged from New Guinea to Uganda to Old Bermuda. There are only two or three available and each is entirely unique, original and one of a kind.
Scott’s most recent art focuses on what is commonly called Steampunk or Retro Futurism. It is essentially creating objects from vintage parts of specific items to look like a device or functioning instrument that might have come from the 1800s. The idea is to create something that appears to be what people in those times thought the future would be. The components are often copper tube, brass, vacuum tubes, springs, tiny gears from old pocket watches and vintages wood.
Allied World Assurance Art, Collage and Photography Exhibition