subject matter, Scott's art ranges from cartoons, portraits and
architecture to abstract designs. But it is his use of color that
draws the viewers' attention to his pieces. His vibrant portrayal
of people, animals and his whimsical interpretation of architectural
designs bring smiles to viewers. His unique perspective may be attributable
to his being on the autism spectrum disorder. Beyond his art, his
interests remain fairly typical for a young adult male - nice cars,
graphic novels, animals and movies.
Little History: Scott was diagnosed to be on the Autism Spectrum
Disorder when he was 3.5 years old. He spent a lot of time during
his preschool years drawing stick figures. He still draws cartoon
like figures today, but he has expanded his drawings with much love
especially for animals as his subject matter.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Scott recently received Second Place Award at the Mid-Michigan Art Guild All Member Show.