Jacobs Scott Views
Although Scott Jacobs drew pen-and-ink illustrations for his school newspaper, Scott began his career in art not with his painting, but by buying a failing gallery at nineteen with money he saved from working odd jobs. At twenty-one, Scott had the cash and customer base to open “Reflections On Canvas” Gallery in Westfield, N.J., a gallery that met with much success.
This 70th Sturgis Commemorative art work features Scott's daughter Alexa while the past two years have depicted his other daughter Olivia and this Dad - Dallas Jacobs. This period masterpiece was created at the famous gas station -Tower Conoco in Texas which has been in existence since 1938 and is a historical landmark. There are many desirable elements present in this painting - period correct '49 and '52 Harleys, a vintage landmark gas station, Scott's beautiful daughter Alexa combing in a big salute to women who t"ride their own ". Check out the "Sturgis 70n" sign on the wall commemorating the 70th Anniversary of The Sturgis Rally and also Highway 70 which runs through Texas on the way to Sturgis. Scott estimates that he has in excess of 500 hours of labor on this painting - for your enjoyment in the years to come!
a"The Art of Scott Jacobs is the complete full-color showcase of the most famous Harley artist in the world. Scott's photo-realistic paintings of Harley-Davidson motorcycles have helped transcend the t"Hogt" culture and legitimize it as purebred Americana along with apple pie and baseball. His work can be found gracing the walls of the most esteemed international collectors and A-list rock stars and celebritiesp" Through this beautifully bound hard cover book, you can follow Scott's career from his humble beginnings on up to his status as a highly celebrated American Fine Artist. There's over 300 full color glossy pages.
Take a few minutes and watch this new video on Scott Jacobs as he personally narrates, in documentary format, his life and career. It is a fascinating verbal and pictorial account for all of Scott's fans of his work to enjoy....and it is told by Scott in his own words