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Richard Scott

Born in: 1968

South Africa

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Richard Scott (born 14 December 1968, Middlesbrough, England) is a South African artist, residing in Cape Town and well known for the phrase Naive meets Pop art to describe his unique take on Art. He is very well known for his art both in South Africa and internationally.

Richard matriculated in 1986 from Norkem Part High School in Kempton Park, Gauteng. Although he attended art classes throughout his high school term, he did not pursue, what would become his profession, until 13 years passed. Only in 2001 did Richard make the decision to become a full-time artist. In 2004 he got involved with Mark Atwood, at the Lithography Artist Press in Mpumalanga, South Africa. In 2008 Richard studied silk screening with Keip Silk Screening in Johannesburg.

The art of Richard Scott is very distinctive as he always uses a thick black line in all of his work. His subject matter ranges from the female figure to cats, cars, lighthouses, and planes. Richard Scott has had numerous "group exhibitions" under the label "Naive meets Pop".

The Media used in Richard's art consists of: Pencil, pastel, watercolour, acrylic, oil, lithography, etching, sculpture, new media, and photography.
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