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New Gallery for Scott Musgrove

posted on June 25, 2011 in Gallery

Born in 1966, Scott Musgrove received a BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio. He currently lives and works in Seattle, Washington. Musgrove’s style of figural surrealism carries themes of environmental issues and endangered wildlife concerns with unique humor, depicting anomalous extinct (and fictitious) animal species.His new book The Late Fauna of Early North America features lush, highly detailed landscapes and close encounters with many of his strange and beautiful creatures. Musgrove’s carved wooden and bronze sculptures, oil paintings, watercolors, ink drawings, and pencil renderings from the field are further complemented by fine details including antique frames and custom gold engraved nameplates to label and identify his unique specimens.

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  1. [...] with unique humor, depicting anomalous extinct (and fictitious) animal species,” it is written on Indiesart.com. “His new book The Late Fauna of Early North America features lush, highly detailed landscapes [...]

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