Scott P. Lamp
My love of art surfaced with Mrs. Robinson, my elementary school art teacher. As her assistant, I enjoyed making art and teaching the other kids how to finger-paint. I stopped painting when I left elementary school, and didn’t start again until my early forties.
In 1998 I began studying watercolor with Linda Pence; her knowledge, skill, and generous spirit nurtured my interest in becoming an artist. I now paint in watercolor, acrylic, and pastel. I am primarily a landscape painter, who occasionally departs to capture some current inspiration. I have always enjoyed a broad range of interests and I suspect this will continue to influence my artwork.
I exhibit my work in my home studio and at local and regional locations. I entered my first competition in 2003, and have since received various awards.
I have served as the President of the Gainesville Fine Arts Association, and have been a member of the Southern Artist’s League, The Art League of North Florida, and the Live Oak Artist’s Guild. I also served on the Education Advisory Council for the Harn Museum at the University Of Florida.
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