Caprice Scott is a multi-dimensional artist who seeks to bring elements of harmony to all her work. While her hand-built pottery incorporates a variety of motifs including the natural world and Native American rock art imagery, she works in a variety of mediums including graphite, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, photography, and collage. Her current focus is in printmaking, utilizing mostly monotype techniques.
Living in Europe for three years and traveling the globe to 11 countries, Caprice attributes much of her appreciation of fine art to the influence of ancient Roman culture as well as that of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Her experience of the environment, whether physical, psychological, or spiritual, deeply impacts her work.
Caprice studied art at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado. Moving to the Inland Northwest in 2008, Caprice turned her attention to art full time. She brought her appreciation for open vistas from Colorado and readily embraced the unique aspects of the Palouse and Blue Mountain landscapes. Her studies in art continued at Walla Walla University in College Place, Washington.
Her work has been featured in juried exhibits in Richland, Washington and Joseph, Oregon as well as other shows in Prosser and Kennewick, WA and Pendleton, OR. Select works are found in private collections throughout Washington, Oregon, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Tennessee. Her work is currently on display at Wenaha Gallery in Dayton, Washington.