Monday, June 05, 2017
Artisan's Asylum Speaker Series presents Hilary Scott Tues 6/6 8-9PM
The Artisan’s Asylum Speaker Series seeks to engage our community and inspire us to make the world we want to see. Register here to reserve your spot in any of our upcoming sessions.
All events are free for members and Friends of Artisan’s and a $10 suggested donation from the public. If you are interested in being a speaker, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re excited to hear from Hilary about his work, approach and perspective on the creative endeavor. Looking for the extraordinary? The fabulous? Or the just plain peculiar? From wire sculpture to stained glass … funky furniture to crazy clocks … dragons to children’s toys, Hilary Scott’s imagination knows no bounds. Hilary Scott creates large and small sculptures in his studio behind the Somerville, Massachusetts home he shares with his wife and two children. Designer of the City of Somerville’s 9/11 and Iwo Jima Memorials, he works in a variety of materials; his guiding principle being to banish the mundane, delight his wife and amuse his children and his clients. During the months of July and August, Hilary moves to the Berkshires, were he serves as the official photographer for Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood. Hilary’s concert photography can be seen at hilaryscottphotography.com. Learn more about Hilary and his work at his website.Photos by Adrianna Mathiowetz.