7000 E. Tanque Verde Road, Ste. 7, Tucson, Arizona 85715
North side of Tucson Desert Art Museum​
(520) 202-3888  | desertartmuseum@gmail.com

Gilmore Scott’s artworks are interpretations of how he views his Dine (Navajo) heritage. He works with watercolors, acrylics and color pencils and often combines all three in the creation of his art. Using a palette of colors that are strong, bold and simple, his subjects are the high southwest desert landscapes, traditional basketry, and the traditional Dine homes known as, "Hogan." He also often paints geometric designs for which the Dine rug weavers are known.

Scott makes his home in the Navajo oil town of Montezuma Creek, located in the extreme southeastern corner of Utah.


​​For pricing information, please call the Four Corners Gallery at (520) 202-3888

Gilmore scott

Gilmore Scott

The Woven Male Storm

24" x 12"

Gilmore Scott

Woven in the Sun Rays, Clouds & Turquoise Sky

30" x 40"

SOLD

Gilmore Scott

The Woven Female Storm

24" x 12"

Gilmore Scott

Woven Night

24" x 12"

Gilmore Scott

Shandiin (Sun Light)

30" x 12"