Landscape master Wm. Scott Jennings applies the techniques
of the Judson River School to the grand majesty of the West.
His depth and scope as a painter is unparalleled in today's
plein air genre. Jennings' palette imbues the various
densities of light as it plays off nature's splendor.
As a consequence, he has been recognized with signature
status in the Laquana Plein Air Painters Association (LPAPA)
and is Master Signature Member of the Oil Painters of
Among the many
accolades Jennings has received for his work over the last
two decades, his Best of Show Gold Medal and $50,000
Grand Prize at the 1998 Arts for the Parks show and
being featured in the PBS series The Artists Workshop stand
out. He has also been commissioned to paint a painting
for the U.S. Capitol Building and two books have featured
his work as cover art. His participation in the Grand
Canyon River Trip and its related show "Painting Down
the Rapids" at the Forbes Gallery in Manhattan have
brought additional exposure. He has been invited to show
in the Yosemite Valley Show at the Haggin Museum in
Stockton, CA in Fall 2001.
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