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Stretched Canvas

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Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print

Tara Scott, Waldorf, MD
Member Since June 2009
Artist Statement I began my love of art at the age of ten. When I didn’t know what to buy my grandmother for her birthday present. I decided to make her a birthday card using construction paper, yarn and paint. After seeing how my grandmother was almost in tears. I decided I wanted to be an artist.

My style art varies consists of men, women and children, historical, and international themes. My medium of choice is soft pastels. I began my study of Art at Prince George Community College, located in Largo, Maryland, were I received my Associates of Arts degree in (Studio Art) in 1985. I attended the University of Maryland (Baltimore, M.D.) to study (Film/Video), receiving a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in 1987.


March 2002

On displayed at the Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and Clark Senior Citizen offices, located in Waldorf, Maryland

November 2002

Featured artist in Washington City Paper, Washington, D.C. (Louis Armstrong, pastels, 2002)

February 2004 – May 2006

My artwork (Shake off the Shackles, pastels, 2003) was displayed on

May 2004 – May 2006

Second place winner (Family Community Category) the Spiritual Cultural Arts Connection

(Priceless Love, pastels, 2003), was displayed on

May 27 – June 25 2006

Artwork displayed at the art exhibition hosted by the Bay Arts Center (North Beach),

Calvert County MD (Peaceful Waters and Bird Watching, watercolors, 2006)

Aug 3-31 2007

Finalist in the Portrait Society of Atlanta (Fall 2007 Juried Exhibition) and my work (Innocent Eyes, pastels, 2007) was displayed at the arts exhibition in the Cherokee County Arts Center (Canton, Georgia) (selected juror: Margaret Carter Baumgaertner). My work can also be seen on

April 2009

Article published (Portrait Drawing Techniques for Children, Ages 9-12) on Intuit Business Directory, Amazines, and Ezine Articles website.


Product No 2094519
Subjects African, Caribbean, World Culture
Style Drawing
Tags Scott, Tara, african, caribbean, indies, people, west