Mount Rushmore Artist relocates to Sunshine State
Scott L. Prentice a nationally known artist and Master Glass Craftsman has relocated to Sarasota, Florida. Mr. Prentice recently left the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota, for the Southern Sunny Golf Coast of Florida. Scott has focused most of his free time of his adult life to media, pubic relations and art. Most of it has been spent on custom carved glass and he is celebrating his 20th Anniversary of the completion of “The Stand” at Mount Rushmore National Memorial in 2016.
“The Stand” is a 20’ x 40’ glass mural of a white buffalo on the prairies of South Dakota. Originally etched in 1996, Scott Prentice estimates there have been approximately 60 million Mount Rushmore visitors view his work at the National Memorial.
Scott started glass carving right after a 4 year hitch in the U.S. Army, while serving as a Non Commissioned Officer for Combat Development Experimentation Command Staff Engineers.
Scott didn’t go to retire in Florida, but to expand his talents and knowledge in public relations, art, painting, graphic design, photography and living a healthier lifestyle. Scott has worked as a environmental engineer in the Bakken Oil Field, for the last 5 years.
Scott’s work has been commissioned by a U.S. Vice President, Miss South Dakota, and can be seen in Radisson’s, Apple Bee’s and many other custom homes and businesses. See Scott’s 30 year portfolio