David Scott has been learning about and making prints for about a decade. Much that he has learned has been at the Idea Exchange (formerly Cambridge Galleries) and its Riverside Print Studio and through collaboration with the Riverside Print Group, a devoted group of enthusiasts. His teachers have been Melissa Doherty, Robert Creighton and Brian Musson.
David prefers traditional printmaking because it is very much a work of risk. The images he chooses range from the very personal to the entirely whimsical. He works mostly in etched copper and zinc, although he does the occasional lino cut and Plexiglas dry point and is especially fond of aquatint, collograph and chine collé techniques.
In October 2014, one of David's prints won the juror’s first award in the 13th annual juried exhibition at the Cambridge Centre for the Arts.
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