As a native of Colorado, Scott Kennedy is well acquainted with the wilderness.
His time spent in the mountains and valleys of the North American West
have served to inspire a meaningful and realistic portrayal in his work. "Wilderness
inspires me" explains Scott, "for through wilderness I can
see a side of the creator."
Scott's work is often more realistic than what is first perceived.
As evident in his work he has a genuine understanding of wildlife...in
that they are often present though usually go unnoticed.
His watercolors are very unique. Instead of using a very web brush
and washes, Scott keeps his brush almost dry which enables greater control
of color. Working in this non-typical way each painting can take up to
300 hours to complete. This combined with little room for error (synonymous
with watercolors) makes for an unprecedented challenge in each piece.
Kennedy has collectors worldwide. His work has appeared on magazine
covers and has hung in several major galleries including the Pro Rodeo
Hall of Champions and Museum of the American Cowboy. Scott received his
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Colorado State University in 1981.
Print Shown: Alaskan Malamute