painting of Chamber's Bay Golf Course goes on sale at all
four Puetz Golf locations.
Scott is voted Best Local
Artist by the readers of South Sound Magazine.
Scott's paintings are
selling out at the Tacoma Pro Golf store, and he expands his
presence to Bellevue Pro Golf as well.
Scott's painting of
Chamber's Bay Golf Course goes on sale at the Tacoma Pro
Scott's Work Joins
Pierce County's Art Bank
Scott's painting, Fall on the Hill in Tacoma, has been
selected for inclusion in Pierce County's Art Bank, a collection of
portable artworks displayed in public spaces of Pierce County
The selection process involved a panel of five people
various aspects of leadership in the arts community and the
community at large - reviewing over 300 works from local
Scott's month-long solo exhibit at the
Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts
Gallery on the South Puget Sound Community College campus
began October 7th, 2008. Thank you to all our family and
friends who made it to the show.
Scott shares Dale Chihuly's belief in the importance of giving our older
population an outlet for their creativity, wisdom, and
powerful voices. He has been asked to teach at retirement
homes and senior centers throughout the Puget Sound with Chihuly's nonprofit group: Seniors Making Art.
Following his Best in Show win
at the SPSCC's Regional Juried Art Exhibit, Scott was
featured in an article in The Olympian on January
Although the story is no
longer available on
www.theolympian.com, you can download the
Scott Mulholland took
Best in Show at the
3rd Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibit at SPSCC
in December, 2007.
He was thrilled to see so
many of his students at the Exhibit Reception on January
4th from 6:00-8:00 pm at the
Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts Gallery on the South
Puget Sound Community College campus.
The competition was
open to all 2-D, 3-D and digital media; and the winning
works were selected by Rock Hushka, the curator of the
Tacoma Art Museum.
Scott's winning painting
- Red, White & Blue - was selected as the best work
across all mediums. It was also honored as Best Painting
in the 2005 Proctor Art Festival.