Scott Kirby Art Collections
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Artwork by Scott Kirby
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Cresecent Moon Over Praire Barn by Scott Kirby
The Kitchen V by Scott Kirby
Square Butte by Scott Kirby
Mighty Saco by Scott Kirby
Grain Tower by Scott Kirby
The Gathering by Scott Kirby
Jackson Square, New Orleans II by Scott Kirby
Albi, Sur le Tarn by Scott Kirby
Town in the Round by Scott Kirby
High Plains Townscape by Scott Kirby
Floating Over Fileds I by Scott Kirby
Lone Elevator by Scott Kirby
Impressions of Butte, Montana by Scott Kirby
Rooftops of Paris by Scott Kirby
Notre Dame de Paris III by Scott Kirby
Edge of Town I by Scott Kirby
Rooftops of Paris III by Scott Kirby
Rooftops of Paris V by Scott Kirby
Alleys of Paris IV by Scott Kirby
Alleys of Paris VII by Scott Kirby
Rooftops of Paris VI by Scott Kirby
Rooftops of Paris II by Scott Kirby
Alleys of Paris VI by Scott Kirby
Alleys of Paris III by Scott Kirby
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About Scott Kirby
“Visions of the Great Plains” consists of drawings and watercolor paintings inspired by the American Great Plains, by Scott Kirby. Referred to as an “accidental artist” by Sandpoint Magazine, Kirby began painting in 2005, after 9 months of drawing with dual-tip brush pens. Although the attempts to capture these mostly imagined visions are quite intentional, the origins of Kirby's transition from music to art was, in a way, “accidental,” and unexpected.
While drawing with his daughter Sara one afternoon, Kirby was suddenly compelled to continue into the night and following days, being bombarded by mental images which demanded expression. Weeks turned into months, and drawing turned into painting, all scenes rooted in a long relationship with the landscapes of the plains and prairies. Though some are inspired by actual locales, most are imagined scenes, or composites of familiar images, objects, skies, structures and enormous open spaces found in the High Plains and the Heartland. (For more information, visit: www.ScottKirby.net.)
Kirby has made his living as a musician for his entire adult life, and has had no formal training or professional background in art.