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 Dylan Scott Pierce  (1986 - )

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Lived/Active: Florida      Known for: wildlife

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Currently in his teens (2003), Dylan Scott Pierce recently signed a three-year contract to paint the animals at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens. Pierce's first show was the Atlanta Arts Festival in 1996. The then 10-year-old artist won first place. Encouraged by this, Pierce started entering his wildlife watercolors in juried art shows across the country. One of his biggest thrills since Atlanta was having the National Geographic channel film a profile of him in August 2002.

Having visited approximately 30 to 40 zoos, Pierce takes pictures of the animals, and from these works on the design compositions. The artist and his mother plan to travel to South Africa and spend more than three weeks in Kruger National Park, so he can observe animals in the wild.

Pierce's mother home schools him because of the amount of traveling he does. She has arranged his schedule so the mornings are spent on his courses and the afternoons are open. She doesn't believe in scheduling painting time because this may make it seem like work, "But he is so driven to do it, it isn't something we've ever had to worry about" his mother explains.

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Kristine Ellis, "Blurring the Line, Impressionism or Realism?" Wildlife Art, May/June 2003

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