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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Whispering Wheat Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 D
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: The Juggler Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 20
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EN_01293934_0003 COV
Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Nymphaea Lotus Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Napalm in the Morning Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When:
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EN_01293934_0005 COV
Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Graffitt Suspended Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Ellipse Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 2017 C
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EN_01293934_0007 COV
Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Foxy Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 2017 Cred
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Chicken of the Sea Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Carrera Cubana Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Blue Avian Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 201
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Aquavita Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 2017
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Aquarius Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 2017
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: After the Snow Fell Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 0
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Iris Scott, Jake the Giant Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Iris Scott Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 201
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Iris Scott Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 201
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Iris Scott Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06 Dec 201
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Aquavita, Foxy, Iris Scott Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States
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Brooklyn based artist Iris Scott has released her latest series of fingerprint art. Catapulting finger painting into a legitimate fine art medium of oil Scott is the first professional artist to paint strictly with her fingertips. The New York artist has been using this method since 2010 when she decided to dedicate herself to this age-old but overlooked art form. Armed with surgical gloves and some of the highest end oils that money can buy, Scott applies traditional painting strategies to a technique associated previously with only child's play. Her large originals sell in galleries for upwards of $40,000, while prints of her work are purchased daily and shipped worldwide. Scott, best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, has leapt to the front page of Reddit multiple times; her work has been featured in Forbes, Barron's, Business Insider, USA Today, NowThis, CBS New York, and American Art Collector. Her collectors have included Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Children's Hospital. Scott is best known for her motion-filled shaking wet dogs, although her subjects greatly range. She produces stunning imagery of also animals, people, landscapes, marine, and urban scenes. View her enormous collection, stay up to date with new works, and find videos of her studio and interviews at www.IrisScottFineArt.com. Commenting on the origins of her work Scott told Cover Images, ??sIn 2010, at the age of 26, I was painting with oils and brush, and simply ran out of clean brushes but didn???t want to pause painting to go clean them. ??sSo I told myself I would just ??sfinish up??? with a bit of finger painting, but within just a few strokes of thick yellow paint applied with fingertips I realized I had been limiting myself with brushes. ??sWow this new way of oil painting had advantages? So, I dove in, and decided then and there to work exclusively with fingertips and the rest is history.??? Featuring: Arctos, Iris Scott Where: Brooklyn, New York, United States When: 06
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