Scott Penegar

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Scott  Penegar Rhapsody in Blue
Rhapsody in Blue
15 x 15 x 8 in
$ 6,500
Scott  Penegar The Homecoming_ art_ fine art_ sculpture_ bronze_ wildlife
Scott  Penegar Red Fish_ alabaster_ carved stone_ stone_ sculpture_ fish
Red Fish
8 x in
$ 3,800
Scott  Penegar Cowrie
21.5 x in
$ 4,200
Scott  Penegar Evert_ art_ fine art_ sculpture_ bronze_ wildlife
$ 8,500
Scott  Penegar Fluidity_ octopus_ bronze_ sculpture
17.5 x 23 in
$ 12,000
Scott  Penegar Morning Watch_ sculpture_ bird_ Charleston_ bronze_ art_ fine art
Morning Watch
24.25 x in
$ 4,200
Scott  Penegar Preditor_ sculpture_ bronze_ praying mantis
15.5 x in
$ 3,500
Scott  Penegar Sea Nettle Jellyfish_ bronze_ sculpture_ Charleston Artist_ fine art_ sea creature_ aquatic_
Sea Nettle (Jellyfish)
19 x in
$ 4,500
Scott  Penegar Tail Walker
Tail Walker
33 x 25 in
$ 7,500
Scott  Penegar The Homecoming_ Fine art_ Bronze sculpture_ wildlife_ Charleston Artist_ Best Sculptor_ Two beautiful egrets
The Homecoming
$ 17,000
Scott  Penegar Evert_ bronze_ sculpture_ beaver_ wildlife_ animal
19 x in
Scott  Penegar Ocean Echo
Ocean Echo
14 x in
Scott  Penegar Sunset Sail
Sunset Sail
15 x in

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Scott  Penegar

Scott Penegar

Scott Penegar Biography

Sculptor and painter Scott Penegar received his art degree from Appalachian State University. Following graduation he moved to Morehead City N.C. and worked as a commercial fisherman and as an exhibit designer for the North Carolina Aquarium. He next moved to Charleston, S.C. and became a licensed tour guide while studying marine biology at the College of Charleston. Scott married fellow artist Kaye in 1988 and continued his art career where his main focus was on welded sculpture and oil painting. In 1992 Scott and his wife moved to the Caribbean where he studied with the prominent artist Jan D'Esopo. There he worked in sculpture, painting, silkscreen, and bronze casting. Scott's art is heavily influenced by his passion for the sea. Scott has made two transatlantic crossings on a 34-foot sailboat, traveling from Maine to France and back via the Canary Islands and the Caribbean. During his travels, Scott spent much time visiting the works of the master painters and sculptors that have influenced his style. Scott returned to Charleston in 1995 to begin working on the sculptures and paintings that he and his wife now create at Penegar Studios. Scott's sculpture can be found in numerous stores and catalogues nationwide, and his paintings are found in several fine art galleries as well as private and corporate collections. He has created sculptures for South Carolina State Parks, Brookgreen Gardens, Ripley's Aquarium, The Frist Center for the Arts in Nashville, as well as many private commissions. Along with winning many awards, he was chosen to show in the Artistic Expressions art exhibition at the South Carolina Aquarium in 2005. He shows his art yearly at the Piccolo Spoleto Outdoor Juried Arts Festival, The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, He is a signature member in the American Society of Marine Artist, Artists for Conservation and is an exhibiting member of the Charleston Artist Guild and Tri-State Sculptors He has appeared in several national publications including Southern Living, House and Garden, and Marlin Magazine. 

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