Scott Lawrence Jacobs
Unlike so many of his contemporaries, who focus on landscapes and seascapes, Jacobs is most fascinated by figurative work.
“I think the human form is the most beautiful thing on the planet”
Scott was born in Hartford Connecticut. He is the ancestor of Daniel Chester French, the Designer of the Lincoln Memorial. Scott grew up with a natural talent and love of art. He has been painting since he was three years old and is mostly a self-taught artist. He has trained under Andrew Jackson and graduated Hartford College of Art while still attending high school. Scott joined the U.S. Navy at age 20 and was commissioned by the US Navy to paint a mural in Djibouti, Africa. After completing his time in the Navy, Scott pursued his passion for art as his career path. A year later his work had headlined top media including CNN World News, KTLA News and the front page of The Sacramento Bee. Following his success in Southern California, Scott moved to Carmel, CA and opened his own gallery, the premier destination of any artist.
Scott is a prolific, museum- and celebrity- collected multi-media painter and his paintings are rapidly increasing in price.
You can find Scott painting at Scott Jacobs Gallery on Mission Street, between 5th and 6th Street in beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea!
2004 Attended Hartford College of Art in Hartford, CT.
2007 Member of the US Navy Seabees: While serving his 2 years, Scott was stationed in Port Hueneme, CA. Then, he went on deployment to Djibouti Africa at Camp Lemonier and Ethiopia. He then went to Kuwait for a month. He was an equipment operator and painted several pieces for the US Navy.
2007 Commissioned by the US Navy to paint a mural for Seabees at Djibouti, Africa.
2008 Reached world recognition on CNN with the painting titled "Someday Has Come," a portrait of President Obama.
2011 Enjoyed a sold-out show at Penthouse of the Elks Tower in Sacramento, CA.
2014 Commissioned by Jay Woodcroft (Coach of the San Jose Sharks) to paint (2) portraits of his children.
2014 Invited to show at the Monterey Museum of Art.
2014 Invited to show at Island 3 Gallery in Ventura, CA.
2016 CARMEL Magazine.
2017 Cover of SHAKERS Magazine, "There's always hope", Bill Murray Portrait.
2018 Opens a NEW gallery in Carmel-by-the-Sea.