Scott Harding | 1965 | Texas | Figurative Painter

Hi friends! Today I am back with another gem of an artist, who is none other than Scott Harding! I was searching over the web to find out some kind of beautiful paintings to share here at my fine art blog and I found Scott’s work. I was so thrilled by his art works and they appealed to me so much that I decided to share his art works here this time. Well! Scott Harding is a well known painter from America. Let’ start with his short biography- Scott Harding was born in 1965 in San Antonio, Texas. His spend his childhood days by painting and drawing most of the time. He could spend hours with paints and colors beside him.

He was so much indulged in painting that he could not resist himself while in a class room in his school and often used to get into trouble when caught by his teachers. He received his Bachelor in Fine Arts from The Honors Painting Program at Indiana University, Bloomington. Scoot Harding later moved to Chicago and started his professional career in Illustration. He later began his own business in graphic arts in year 1993. From that time, he got immensely successful in his business and he also enjoyed his spare time in painting and pursues his passion for fine arts. Till now, Scott Harding has exhibited in many art galleries and his work has been highlighted in many shows which includes several one man shows and many group exhibitions.  In the year 2003, Scott won an award “Best of Show” at the Oil Painters of America Midwest Regional Show. He is an award winning artist and his works are in collection of many art galleries and private collections all around the world. His works strikes an emotional balance and appeal. He fascinates the viewer with perfect use of light and shade and captures every moment very beautifully. I love the way he composes the subject matter of his paintings, the appeal of his art works are reflected by the wide range of subject matter. He used an impressionistic style with realistic touch. He uses various art medium such as pastels, intaglio, water colour, pencil and charcoal but his favorite medium of coloring is oil, due the range if variety which this medium offers. His each and every artworks reminds us of the beauty of life and with each passing day he captures his view of the world on canvas J


  1. Fantastic selection!