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Gallery Of Paitings By Scott Musgrove - Usa
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Scott Musgrove - USA
Scott Musgrove, born in 1966, currently lives and works in Seattle, Washington.
He received a BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio. Musgrove works with wood, bronze, oil paint, watercolors, ink and pencil. The artist’s paintings and sculptures have been exhibited in galleries across the country including in New York, Philadelphia, Miami, Seattle and San Francisco.
He has been featured in numerous publications such as The New York Times.
Seattle based artist Scott Musgrove works with wood, bronze, oil paint, watercolors, ink and pencil to create these surreal paintings of animals and imaginary creatures.
Some of these incredible artworks are part of his book The Late Fauna of Early North America, available on Amazon.
I never intended to discover numerous heretofore unidentified animal species and, thereby, turn the scientific community on its ear.
These discoveries, and my theories of how they came to be, have won me few friends and many enemies among experts in the fields of History, Biology, Zoology and the Culinary Arts.…I don’t have many friends in Mathematics either.
When one reports honestly from the front lines of Evolutionary Biology, one should be prepared to ruffle a few feathers.
In challenging beloved scientific assumptions and throwing a Rhesus monkey wrench into the grinding machinery of the status quo, I have sparked a powder keg of reflexive anger from legions of zoological theorists whose scientific essays and thesis papers now appear, if not merely wide of the mark, patently absurd in the revelatory glare of my newly introduced fauna. They can no better account for the Salvelinus Fontinalis Hirsutus (Hairy Brook Trout) than they can the Elliptical Equine, or any of my newly discovered animal species lodged so high in the tree of life.
No matter what your local zookeeper says, these are no mere evolutionary weeds they are leaves on the Tree of life (Life Tree Leaves) that, sadly, have fallen before their time in the cruel summer of our fertile planet.

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