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Scott Grabowski

 

Fog and Shadows on Fillmore, 9" x 12", Oil on panel - $699 Out of the Shadows, 10" x 8", Oil on panel - $599 What to Wear Next, 5" x 7", Oil on panel - $450 San Francisco's Front Door, 5" x 7", Oil on panel - $450
The Walk Up, 7" x 5", Oil on panel - $450 Sideways, 6" x 6", Oil on panel - $450 I Don't Do Windows, 8" x 8", Oil on panel - $550 What Comes from Above, 24" x 18", Oil on panel - $4000
The Penthouse, 14" x 11", Oil on panel - $999 Tower, Dragon, Coppola, 16" x 12", Oil on panel - $1499

 

Scott Grabowski: Artist Biography

Scott started out as an Art Major at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. After a year, he left to attend a technical school for Mechanical Design in Boston. Graduating at the top of his class, he began a ten year career in Mechanical Engineering.

By night, he studied drawing with wildlife artist Bill Velemure. In 1986 he went on a photo safari to Africa with Bill, then made several subsequent trips to the art capitals of Europe.

Having explored the East Coast from Maine to Margaritaville, he left Boston for Los Angeles. Getting as far as San Francisco, Scott spent the next ten years working in high-tech, bio-tech and telecom. Wanting to finish his degree, he enrolled at the Academy of Art University part-time at night.

In 2001 he accepted a job transfer. He left the academy, moved out of San Francisco and headed for Dallas. After a year in Texas, the telecom industry collapsed and his job ended. He returned to San Francisco and enrolled back at the academy full-time. In the fall of 2003 he completed his undergraduate degree and received a B.A. in Illustration.

In spring 2008, Scott finished his art education with a Master’s degree in Fine Art painting.

Upon graduating from school, he established a painting studio at 2395 Francisco Street in San Francisco’s Marina district.

Today, Scott is a full-time painter. On the most fundamental level his paintings are about light and shapes. The quest for interesting shapes, both organic and man-made, under extreme lighting conditions both natural and artificial.