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WATCH Video about NC Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster J.   Scott Plaster grew up in Denton, North Carolina and was exposed to art at an early age.   He still remembers how his father would draw Picaso-esque figures for his son to paint with basic student tempura paints on manilla drawing paper.   When some kids were awaiting video games and toys from Santa Claus for Christmas, Plaster was eager to get paint, canvas, and pastels.   Plaster was oil painting by the age of ten and found his inspiration in the works of Van Gogh, the French Impressionists, and other early modern...more
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Winners: "Most Whimsical Cat or Dog" on Fine Art America Does anyone else create anything they consider 'whimsical'? I started painting these whimsical animals and now I can't stop! I suppose other subjects can be whimsical, but nothin... 

Time to Send FREE Valentine

February 13th, 2011

The time is NOW -- FREE Valentine's E-Cards from Whimsical Artist Scott Plaster OK Guys (and Ladies), the time to send one of my free whimsical art greeting cards is NOW! I've got a number to choose from, one for every mood.  So, ... 

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November 27th, 2010

 

FREE Arts Yellow Pages Listing

January 2nd, 2009

This directory is based in Central NC, but nothing would keep anyone from posting to it!.... The Arts Yellow Pages is a one-of-a-kind information directory that was built to assist the arts community in locating individuals, businesses, and servic... 

For anyone near Central NC, here is where you NEED to get your events listed! At the Community Arts Cafe, we want to provide accurate, timely information about cultural events in the Triad and your community so that people are always in tune with... 

New Website for Triad NC Art

January 2nd, 2009

For anyone living near Central North Carolina, please be sure to check out this website! It is free and is geared to be the best centralized source for information about the arts in the greater Triad NC Area: The Community Arts Cafe has been worki... 

Hello All, I just finished a new painting, "Pelican Peeking," and I hope you can check it out. I experiemented with the textures quite a bit (feathers, beak, etc.) and I accentuated the fascinating, vivid colors of these beautiful creatures. The ... 

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I have presented a proposal to the Natural Science Center of Greensboro concerning the death of their pair of Gibbons. My work, "Psychic Monkey" was based on the younger, female gibbon. I proposed to give my portion of the proceeds (from another site... 

I paint large (30"x40") paintings on canvas (non-gallery wrapped). I recently got my work accepted at a nice gallery (The Fat Cat, Ltd. -- http://thefatcatltd.com) and I need to quickly frame the works they're going to display. Framing at this si... 

A Painting from Start to FinishI'd like to document the stages and evolution of my current work, "Peeking Pelican." Step One: The Inspiration I used photographs as my source for the painting. I w...