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Scott Tindall

Scott Tindall

Scott Tindall

Scott Tindall and art met a little later in life than usual, and as far as he's concerned, that's fine. He says it helps him keep a healthy attitude about art. And that's art with a small "a."


Scott lives in Maine in a small house on six acres of land.  From his shop behind the house, he designs and makes metal lamps, chandeliers, tables and nearly-animated sculptural pieces that tend to be on the humorous side.  Tindall drifted awhile before coming to Maine. He was born in Ohio, and has lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Maryland and Massachusetts. He came to Maine in 1975 and has been here since.

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Scott Tindall and art met a little later in life than usual, and as far as he's concerned, that's fine. He says it helps him keep a healthy attitude about art. And that's art with a small "a."

Scott lives in Maine in a small house on six acres of land.  From his shop behind the house, he designs and makes metal lamps, chandeliers, tables and nearly-animated sculptural pieces that tend to be on the humorous side.  Tindall drifted awhile before coming to Maine. He was born in Ohio, and has lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Maryland and Massachusetts. He came to Maine in 1975 and has been here since.

Nothing needs to be done to Scott's sculptures for maintenance. The copper will darken over time, giving it the look of old patina. The instrument players have solid steel legs that are painted then wrapped with copper. A steel rod connects the hips to the shoulders. If the sculptures are placed outside, you might need to retouch the painted base.

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