Scott Breton


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MEDIUM: Oil Paint | Graphite Art | Watercolor Paint | Mixed Media Art | Sculpture
SPECIALTY: Technique ✔ Composition

Scott Breton is a figurative fine artist from Brisbane, Australia.

After completing a science degree (BSc (Genetics) University of Queensland) and contemplating a career in biotechnology, Scott committed fully to pursuing art, continuing a classically leaning arts education and practise begun much earlier. In 2012 Scott won the highly contested A.M.E. Bale Travelling Scholarship, Australia’s largest national prize for developing the careers of traditional representational artists. This allowed Scott to do further study with contemporary classical artists in the US and Europe, and has contributed to his view of the relevance of Renaissance thinking and aesthetics in the Arts in the 21st century.

Using a range of traditional drawing, painting and sculpting media as well as exploring digital counterparts to these, Scott sees plastic composition rather than any particular media as the core of the classical ethos. He is interested in how this sense of plasticity can be utilised by the contemporary artist. This endeavour seems to closely mirror a more general exploration of how the specifics of the contemporary human experience relate to and can be informed by insights about the human condition that have emerged across all of human history.

After winning the Lethbridge 10,000 Small Works prize in 2016, Scott began regular solo shows with Lethbridge Gallery.

To continue and expand his work in fine art education, Scott was a cofounder of The International Arts and Culture Group (TIAC Group) in 2016, and now spends his time between Brisbane, Australia and Florence, Italy, working on his compositions and TIAC’s arts education projects.

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Specialty: ✔ Technique ✔ Composition



Colour and Composition


Technique Demos


Providing Art Critiques


Teaching How to Self Critique


Digital Tools for Scene Creation


Image Conceptualization


Artistic Anatomy


Figure / Life Drawing

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~ Deb, Emerging Artist


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Scott breton painting during an online art class

Experienced in dry media, oil painting, clay modelling, digital painting and sculpting media, and 3D printing (experienced with Zbrush, Meshmixer, Blender and FDM 3D printers).

Graphic design work and web UI design for corporate (for TIAC Group projects) and also my own online teaching and promotion – familiar with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe XD (Experience Design).

Important Group and Solo Shows

  • 2022 “Confessions” Solo show at Lethbridge Gallery, Brisbane
  • 2022 “Interconnected” Group exhibition curated by Beautiful Bizarre magazine, hosted by NERAM (New England Regional Art Museum)
  • 2021 “Anthropomorphisms” Solo show Lethbridge Gallery, Brisbane
  • 2020-2021 “Eros” Group show at Museum MEAM, Barcelona
  • 2020 “The Shape of the Sky” Solo show Lethbridge Gallery, Brisbane
  • 2018 “Whispered Ocean Hymns“, Solo show Lethbridge Gallery, Brisbane
  • 2017 “Paths to the Half Remembered“, Solo show Lethbridge Gallery, Brisbane
  • 2017 “Evolve“, Feature artist at Brisbane Grammar School Annual Art Fair

My artwork is included in various private and public collections including King’s College (University of Queensland) and Brisbane Grammar School.

Selected Awards

  • 2018 Winner: World Wide Kitsch Painting Competition
  • 2016 Winner: Lethbridge 10,000 Small Works Award
  • 2012 Winner: A.M.E. Bale Travelling Art Scholarship (Australia’s premier award for artists pursuing a career in representational art)