Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster

Author's details

Name: Scott Plaster
Date registered: November 28, 2010
URL: http://scottplaster.com

Biography

Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster is from NC and has been painting for 30 years. His line of "Whimsical Animals" has been featured in the Community Arts Cafe and GoTriad and is available for sale in galleries, boutiques, and shops around the Triad region and from the mountains to the beaches of North Carolina. Matted ready-to-frame reproductions of the original oil paintings are sold in various sizes and as greeting cards. Plaster's menagerie includes an assortment of animals of many species, but he is also known for his landscapes, "Series of Beetles" and "Collection of Flies." Plaster also co-founded and leads an area arts organization, the Cosmic Cow Society, which promotes the arts in the Triad region by hosting shows, special programs, and educational events.

Latest posts

  1. Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster now has Puzzles on Android Market — July 23, 2011
  2. At the Crossroads in Bristol: How Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster Got His Lost Work Back — May 16, 2011
  3. Another Animal Creation from Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster — April 20, 2011
  4. Memories Lost and Found: My Early Work, Part II — March 16, 2011
  5. Memories Lost and Found: The Hopeful Recovery of My Early Work — February 22, 2011

Most commented posts

  1. Whimsical Artists Manifesto Part 2: The Whimsy of Our Whimsical Animals — 3 comments
  2. FREE Online Greeting Cards from Artist Scott Plaster — 1 comment
  3. Whimsical Artists Manifesto, Part 1: The Whimsical Artist’s Subject Matter — 1 comment
  4. Whimsical Artists Manifesto, Part 3: A Whimsical Artist’s Woodcarving — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Jul 23 2011

Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster now has Puzzles on Android Market

My Puzzles are Now on the Android Market FREE The Gist: I wanted to announce the availability of “PZL ME: Whimsical Art,” the Android phone version of my art puzzles. As far as I know, I am the very first (or among the very first) contemporary artist using Android technology to promote his work. On …

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May 16 2011

At the Crossroads in Bristol: How Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster Got His Lost Work Back

At the Crossroads in Bristol: How Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster Got His Lost Work Back This article appears in the May issue of the Asheboro Magazine: “When I got that email, my heart sank! I couldn’t believe it,” said whimsical artist Scott Plaster about the recent recovery of his early, childhood work. Back in February, …

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Apr 20 2011

Another Animal Creation from Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster

My Latest Whimsical Animal, “Blue Al” This was a little time in coming, but I finally finished another oil painting, 30″ x 40″ “Blue Al.”  This larger-than-lifesize hoot owl was photographed by friend Susan Boswell on her way to work in Davidson County. The background was inspired by tree branches and a morning sky, creating …

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Mar 16 2011

Memories Lost and Found: My Early Work, Part II

What does “Sauer’s Kitchen” Have to Do with this Story? Memories Lost and Found: My Early Work, Part II For anyone who hasn’t heard Part One of this story, here is a quick summary: A few weeks ago, I got an email from Harry, a worker at a thrift store in Bristol, VA. The owner …

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Feb 22 2011

Memories Lost and Found: The Hopeful Recovery of My Early Work

“Study in Sienna” – watercolor in monochrome Memories Lost and Found: The Hopeful Recovery of My Early Work This is a story about Memories “lost and found” and makes you ask the question, what are those artifacts really worth? What is art really worth? What are memories worth? It is a complicated story with a …

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