Infected By Art Book - Volume 4

Scott Grimando

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In his teenage years Scott Grimando studied classical painting under Harold Stevenson, one of the few protégées of Norman Rockwell. Later studying under the acclaimed aviation artist Attila Hejja, Scott was well prepared for his emergence into illustration. For the past 17 years he’s been a trendsetter in the publishing field working with most of the major Science Fiction and Fantasy publishers while creating a balance between his classical training and digital techniques. As a fine artist he was widely known for his Victorian Fairy paintings. His recent reemergence as a painter has taken on a life of it’s own, exploring Symbolism, Surrealist and Mythological themes. His first book, The Art of the Mythical Woman, Lucid Dreams, has become an art students standard for insights into the modern creative process as well as being a richly illustrated retrospective on the artists career. He’s been featured in The World of Faery, Heavy Metal, Faerie Magazine as well as numerous collections of the best in contemporary fantasy art including Spectrum, Expose, Infected By Art and Illuxcon.

Name: Scott Grimando 
Joined: October 2015
Projects:

Paintings available from 33 Contemporary Gallery, Chicago, Haven Gallery, New York, Abend Gallery, Colorado, and Open Vessels on my website.

And the Last Trump Shall Sound available now published by Caezik SF & Fantasy.

Forthcoming How to Draw Fairies Book.

Grand aspirations for an Artist Commune.

Location: Long Island New York

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