Scott Freeman has been working as a full-time fine artist out of Loveland, Colorado, since 2001. His award-winning paintings are now collected across the U.S. and overseas. His varied career in the arts has included graphic design & illustration, stained glass design & painting, nearly ten years as an illustrator/designer for Hallmark Cards, Inc., and children’s book writing & illustration. Recently, along with his fine art painting, Scott has been pursuing work in the public art arena as well.
The spiritual aspect defines life for Scott, and he considers himself a follower of Jesus. However, preferring to not be pigeonholed as a “religious artist,” it is Scott’s desire to keep one foot planted conspicuously in the public square. Freedom of expression and respectful dialogue are extremely important to him.
With regard to his Art & Life Notes blog, topics of high interest for Scott include: art, creativity and culture, storytelling, theology, comparative religion, art and the Church, incorporating the arts in worship, the historical relationship of the Church and Synagogue, Christian and Jewish reconciliation, messianic Judaism, racial reconciliation, the kingdom of God as taught by Jesus, biblical apologetics, the creation/evolution debate, and parenting.
Scott and his wife, Mollie, both received Bachelor of Fine Art degrees in painting from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1982, and 1989, respectively. They have had five children together, and maintain their home and studio in downtown Loveland. In addition to being an artist, Mollie is also trained as a holistic health coach and is an urban organic gardener.
You can view Scott & Mollie’s artwork online at http://www.freemanartgallery.com
Contact Scott or Mollie for more info or to set up an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPDATE ON THE LATEST: Scott is excited to announce the recent launch of his on online children’s book business! The website offers extraordinary storybooks for kids, written and illustrated by Scott. Please visit THE WEBSITE and sign up to receive notifications of new releases. As a “thank you” you will receive Scott’s inspiring free ebooklet on the importance of stories in parenting.