Brandon Scott was born in 1971 in Long island, New York and is of Lithuanian descent. He currently lives and works in Bradenton, Florida. He coined the term “Uninhibited Expression” as a trademark for his emotional portrait art. Brandon defines this style as a revival of the significance of contemporary art, a valued tradition in a new era,
With a new interpretation reflecting today’s spirit of the human condition. His distinctive style enables him to strikingly capture immediate reality while the observer is able to feel the imbedded movement. His ability to create one of his paintings in a short space of time and with great dynamic, he explained in a very simple way ´I have dealt with painting for a very, very long time in a very slow and intensive way.`
The basis of his artistic creations is rooted in a study of the art of realism. In his younger years he would often work on a painting for several weeks.
He researched the technique of the old masters and appropriated them into his own intensive self-study. It was his first contact with watercolor that made him realize that working quickly, which he was almost forced to do when working outside as the colors dry so quickly, could give his stroke more momentum and therefore incredible depth. With the discovery of Gouache he was able to allow his solid basic knowledge of, not only the meticulousness and `heavy`art of oil painting but also the `light`and rapid technique of watercolour painting, to flow together to discover and develop his own style of “Uninhibited Expression” .