Saturday, November 28, 2009

New Bronze Sculptures

Scott has two new Bronze Sculptures available. They were produced with MetalPhysic Studios in Tucson. Both bronzes will be featured in Scott's upcoming show at The Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York City opening May 15th.

Great Lesser PlantSampler - Bronze - Approx 6ft tall.


Prairie Boxer - Bronze - Approx 5ft tall


Thursday, September 17, 2009

Bronze Sculptures - In Progress

Here are some pictures of forthcoming bronze sculptures.
Scott is working with Metalphysic Studios in Tucson.
These photos show the work in the clay-sculpt phase.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Limited Edition Book Now Available

The Late Fauna of Early North America - Limited Edition Box Set with Print

This is a limited edition box set that includes the signed and numbered 172 page hard bound book in a gold-embossed, fabric-covered slipcase, a custom-made box with foil stamping and a giclee-printed band along with a giclee print of The Penultimate Glamour Cat with skeleton Vellum Overlay.

Signed and Numbered Edition of 60 – Both book and print are signed and have matching numbers.
Print size: 10.5" x 8"

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Monday, July 20, 2009

New Book Release: The Late Fauna of Early North America

   In his new book, The Late Fauna of Early North America, Scott Musgrove unearths previously undiscovered animals through a dedicated and scientifically un-approved practice of zoological impressionism. A lonestar in the field, he ventures where the gray-maned, khaki-clad, anthropologists with ivory walking sticks have not, tunneling beneath freeways and ditch-combing along the rough borders of American mini-malls, in search of undiscovered and, up to this point, at least, extinct animals. The Late Fauna of Early North America features lush, highly detailed landscapes and up-close encounters with all manner of strange and beautiful creatures. Full color reproductions of his paintings abound, including unique antique frames, custom gold engraved nameplates, carved wooden sculptures, watercolors, ink drawings, and pencil renderings from the field. Scott's unorthodoxed research methods combined with his unmatched facility with paint and color result in a fascinating survey of what might have been in North America, if not for the invasion of pernicious settlers. Scott restores these beasts to life in his studio, stretching and stapling carpet scraps across ribs and skulls. With the help of a glue gun, a needle and thread, Scott sews and sculpts until the Harry Brook Trout or the Dwarf Basket Horse is finally staring back at him. Then and only then, does Scott attempt to paint them back into their pristine, natural environment. Scott brings these wild idols, relics and bio-wonders back to life and legitimacy in this handsome volume.

Purchase "The Late Fauna of Early North America" Here
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