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Red Rock Sedona by Scott Kingery
White Wood Anemone by Scott Kingery
Wild Columbine by Scott Kingery
Yellow Iris by Scott Kingery
Miller Woods Dune by Scott Kingery
Miller Woods Big Pond by Scott Kingery
Miller Woods Pond Nearing Dunes by Scott Kingery
Miller Woods Pond View by Scott Kingery
Miller Woods Beach Trail by Scott Kingery
Bastard Toadflax by Scott Kingery
Ranch Road by Scott Kingery
Fuller's White Phlox by Scott Kingery
City Benches at Dusk by Scott Kingery
Lupine on the Verge by Scott Kingery
Wild Strawberry Blooms by Scott Kingery
Blue-eyed Grass by Scott Kingery
Birdfoot Violet by Scott Kingery
Shack on the Iroquois by Scott Kingery
Woodland Walk by Scott Kingery
Barn in the Woods by Scott Kingery
Kaibab Trail by Scott Kingery
What's in Your Closet by Scott Kingery
Precipice by Scott Kingery
Mother and Child 2 by Scott Kingery
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About Scott Kingery
In college, I actually started out as a Forestry Major before making the switch to Fine Art. Most of my art course work was completed at Sacramento State College in California, with an emphasis in Illustration. I received a BFA from Indiana University in 1977. I have worked as a graphic artist for over thirty years.
My art interests have always been eclectic. I like experimenting with different media, exploring ways to add texture, and combining different media. That illustrator part of me always comes back to realism though. My favorite mediums have always been acrylic and collage. In recent years however, I have gone to working in colored pencils (prismacolor and also pastel pencils). I like the effects of layering colors.
I sometimes feel there is no rhyme or reason as to my subject matter or method of expression. Looking at my own body of work, it seems that I am and have always been a realist and an illustrator at heart. I have a passion for photography, but consider it a secondary pursuit. I have only recently picked up a digital camera after years of shooting a mechanical, manual film camera.