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Scott Jacobs

Scott Jacobs is an artist whose passion for Harley Davidson motorcycles is reflected in his paintings. Whether it’s a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, a classic car, a fine bottle of wine or a delicate flower, Scott’s attention to detail supersedes all expectation. Every detail is perfection, right down to the reflections within reflections. Scott was the first artist to be officially licensed by Harley Davidson. His work has been featured in VQ Magazine, American Iron, Art Business News, Easy Rider Magazine, Airbrush Action Magazine as well as a host of other publications. His work is commissioned and collected by celebrities, he’s painted numerous portraits, and his work appears in galleries and collections around the world.

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SUCCESS QUOTE

“Don’t get discourages just keep throwing your ideas against the wall and some of them will stick.”

CAREER CHALLENGE

Scott shares a very personal story about his challenge with his parents. Please listen to this moving story.

AH-HA MOMENT

Moving from painting portraits to painting things that attracted more people and appealed to a wider audience.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR

A 1977 F10 Datsun

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Drive your cars. Don’t let them sit.

AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCE

Scott Jacobs Studio – www.scottjacobsstudio.com

FAVORITE BOOKS 

The Art of Scott Jacobs – Scott Jacobs

The Motorcycle Art of Scott Jacobs – Cliff Stieglitz

PARTING ADVICE 

Be happy where you are and be happy with what you have.

HOW TO FIND SCOTT

Scott Jacobs Studio – www.scottjacobsstudio.com

Secret Millionaire – www.youtube.com/watch

Facebook – www.facebook.com/scottjacobsstudio93

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