A self-expressionist

Artist (and musician) Henry Scott says the pad and pen are his reliable friends and allies, and his stream-of-consciousness doodling provides him a source of sanity.

Often made while he explores life internal, the drawings, he says, reveal themselves one line at a time, occasionally sending him to unexpected and transformative places.

Originally from Savannah, Georgia, Henry is not new to traveling, too, beyond his imagination. At the age of 18, he began a 13-year venture across the United States, Canada and Central Europe, holding jobs as a performer, director, and choreographer. While on the road, he searched for meaning and purpose in the seemingly banal and superficial world, and spent time perusing his family history to make sense of his place in it.


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