Scott FitzGerald is a Southern California painter and printmaker who studied contemporary art and photography at California State University, Fullerton. Early in his career, FitzGerald established himself with individual copper plate etchings that depict 15 Orange County historical landmarks. His collaborative work has produced illustrations in etchings with science fiction writer Ray Bradbury and printer John Randle. In the late 1980s he began to paint in oil, creating landscapes that have been compared to the Hudson River School and American Luminists. Azusa Pacific University owns four of FitzGerald’s oil paintings.
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