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Scott Jacobs Tells Part Two of His Art World Story on a Special Park West Podcast

Two weeks ago, Park West Gallery's "Behind the Artist" podcast gave you the first half of an extended conversation with the astonishing photorealist Scott Jacobs. Now, you can listen to the second half of Jacob's revealing interview with Park West Gallery Director Morris Shapiro in the latest episode of "Behind the Artist." You can find Part One here, listen to this new episode on the Park West Podcast page, or download either episode on iTunes or Stitcher. In part two, Jacobs talks about his te...

Scott Jacobs Reveals His ‘Astonishing’ Story on a Special Two-Part Podcast Event

According to Morris Shapiro, the host of Park West Gallery's "Behind the Artist" podcast, "one singular word" comes to mind when talking about the art of Scott Jacobs: "Astonishing." It's easy to see why. Jacobs is an international art superstar, a critical and popular success known around the world for his photorealistic artwork. However, "photorealistic" might not be a superlative enough term to describe Jacobs’ art. Shapiro argues that his paintings are "so shockingly realistic that many view...

Behind the Artist: Scott Jacobs

Scott Jacobs embraces freedom, individualism, and rebellion, much like the beloved Harley-Davidson motorcycles he enjoys riding and painting. Similarly, a look back at Jacobs’ rise to fame demonstrates his clear passion for hard work and trailblazing. Jacobs enjoyed drawing in his youth, but took his first steps into the art world by working for a framing store in his hometown in New Jersey. He eventually bought the store and made enough money to open his own art gallery named Reflections on Can...

Artist Q&A: Scott Jacobs Answers 10 Revealing Questions

Scott Jacobs is an artist who definitely knows how to keep it real. Working in art since he was 19 years old, Jacobs has become world famous for his amazing photorealistic style. In fact, his lifelike paintings became so popular that the Harley-Davidson Motor Company selected Jacobs as its first-ever officially licensed artist. Today, the down-to-earth Jacobs and his family own their own studio in Deadwood, South Dakota, and he continues to attract fans around the globe. Want to get to know the...