Scott Musgrove

Seattle / USA

Scott Musgrove was born in 1966 in Missouri and received his bachelor's degree in illustration and painting from Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio. He then moved to Seattle, where he made a living as a comic book artist for a while. His next stop was Los Angeles, where he worked on television shows for cartoon networks. After a while Musgrove returned to Seattle to devote himself exclusively to the fine arts. He quickly made a name for himself in the art world by depicting extinct animal species. This was followed by numerous exhibitions in international galleries. In 2019 he collaborates with URBAN NATION on Project M/14. […]

Biography / Scott Musgrove

Scott Musgrove was born in 1966 in Missouri and received his bachelor’s degree in illustration and painting from Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio. He then moved to Seattle, where he made a living as a comic book artist for a while. His next stop was Los Angeles, where he worked on television shows for cartoon networks. After a while Musgrove returned to Seattle to devote himself exclusively to the fine arts. He quickly made a name for himself in the art world by depicting extinct animal species. This was followed by numerous exhibitions in international galleries. In 2019 he collaborates with URBAN NATION on Project M/14.

Musgrove’s work is characterized above all by its technical finesse and fantastic creativity. Inspired by painters such as Jan Van Eyck and Hieronymus Bosch, over the years he has created a bizarre world of surreal landscapes in which his characteristic animal creatures blend in perfectly. But the artist’s work is not limited to painting. He also likes to translate most of his figures into three-dimensionality as sculptures made of bronze or wood.

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  • Project M
Project M/14 – Gaia Reborn: A Future Utopia
Last Saturday, 11 May 2019, numerous guests visited the exhibition opening of Project M/14 – Gaia Reborn: A Future Utopia and were welcomed not only by a 200-year-old tree, but also by a pure plant oasis, the smell of fresh