Artist Profile: Scott Bean

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Prairie EveningTitle: Prairie Evening

Medium:Photography

Size:60" x 30"

Price:$839.00

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Fencepost and  WildflowersTitle: Fencepost and Wildflowers

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Size:36" x 24"

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Quiet on the PrairieTitle: Quiet on the Prairie

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Size:60" x 40"

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Room to BreatheTitle: Room to Breathe

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Country RoadTitle: Country Road

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Size:60" x 40"

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Out In the Flint HillsTitle: Out In the Flint Hills

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Size:48" x 32"

Price:$630.00

Nice Morning For A DriveTitle: Nice Morning For A Drive

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Size:60" x 30"

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Prairie In BloomTitle: Prairie In Bloom

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Size:48" x 32"

Price:$630.00

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Spring!Title: Spring!

Medium:Photography

Size:48" x 24"

Price:$585.00

Revealing LightTitle: Revealing Light

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Size:30" x 20"

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Pano - Flint Hills SunsetTitle: Pano - Flint Hills Sunset

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Size:60" x 30"

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Scott Bean

2115 McDowell Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502

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Bio:

Growing up, I had a lot of opportunities to spend time outside, however I didn’t pay much attention to the landscapes around me. I did, however, learn to really love being outside. For me, my first forays into photography were an excuse to be outside and that ‘excuse’ is still a major driving force for me to be behind the camera. I like being outside and I like wandering around country roads looking for landscapes and wildlife to photograph. It is fun for me to try and find beautiful or interesting scenes, wildlife etc. at those moments of stunning light that turn the ordinary into something awesome. While going out and “hunting” for a photograph is what I do most of the time, occasionally I have a specific photo in mind that I want to create. Trying to put together all the elements, weather, light, finding the exact subject I’m picturing in my head, etc. is a fun challenge, sort of like solving a puzzle. In the end, I think photography for me boils down to enjoying being outside and overcoming challenges associated with making photographs that capture the experiences and emotions I have when I press the shutter button. Photography continues to inspire me, awe and frustrate me. I love the quote by Garry Winogrand “I photograph to find out what something will look like photographed.” I think that is a major factor that keeps me interested in photography…what will my next photograph look like?