perfume bottles and paperweights
Scott’s introduction to fine artglass was a visit to the Corning Glass Museum in 1996. His career became soon after the visit when Charles Lotton of Lotton Art Glass hired Scott to make jewelry from broken pieces. While apprenticing for Charles, Scott’s drive and talent were recognized and encouraged. He spent his free time observing and learning basic methods. Often staying late into the evening hours to hone his own craft. His first calla lily pieces were created in 1999. In the years since, Scott has developed highly personalized techniques that make his original calla lily, orchid, rose and columbine floral designs beautiful and unique.