About Scott

Born in 1958, Fort Worth, Texas native Scott Myers has been involved with art and animals since his early childhood. In 1984, Scott graduated with a doctorate from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. A full-time veterinarian for 37 years, he is a partner at The Pet Hospital of Granbury, Granbury, Texas.

In 1994, Scott became an elected member of the National Sculpture Society based in New York City. Studying sculpture throughout Italy, focusing on Tuscany, Scott sculpted and cast bronze at the prestigious Fonderia d’Arte Massimo Del Chiaro in Pietrasanta.

Scott Myers is best known for sculpting 24 portrait busts for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

Pro Football Hall of Fame – Canton, Ohio

  • Drew Pearson, 2021
  • Cliff Harris, 2020
  • Bobby Dillon, 2020
  • Johnny Robinson, 2019
  • Gil Brandt, 2019
  • Robert Brazile, 2018
  • Bobby Beathard, 2018
  • Kenny Easley, 2017
  • LaDainian Tomlinson, 2017
  • Kevin Greene, 2016
  • Charles Haley, 2015
  • Claude Humphrey, 2014
  • Curley Culp, 2013
  • Chris Doleman, 2012
  • Chris Hanburger, 2011
  • Rickey Jackson, 2010
  • Russ Grimm, 2010
  • Randall McDaniel, 2009
  • Bob Hayes, 2009
  • Emmit Thomas, 2008
  • Fred Dean, 2008
  • Bruce Matthews, 2007
  • Rayfield Wright, 2006
  • Elvin Bethea, 2003

Museum and Permanent Collections

  • Pro Football Hall of Fame – Canton, Ohio
  • Museo dei Bozetti – Pietrasanta, Italy
  • Davidson-Gundy Alumni Center– The University of Texas at Dallas
  • Howard Hesby Student Atrium, Kleburg Animal Food and Science Center– Texas A&M University
  • International Linguistic Center – Dallas, Texas
  • Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts – Clifton, Texas
  • Old Post Office Museum and Art Center – Graham, Texas
  • Fort Worth Country Day School– Fort Worth, Texas
  • Hood County Public Library – Granbury, Texas
  • Nita Stewart Haley Memorial Library & J. Evetts Haley History Center-Midland, Texas
  • Dora Lee Langdon Cultural & Educational Center-Granbury, Texas

Exhibitions

  • “Dogs, Cats, Hairdos & Hats” Granbury, Texas – November 2, 2019
  • Trailside Gallery, Jackson Hole Wyoming – 2006-2011
  • Trailside Gallery, Scottsdale Arizona – 2006 – 2011
  • Whistle Pik Gallery Fredericksburg Texas, 2006-2011
  • March 2008 Panhandle-Plains Invitational Western Art Show – Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum – Canyon, Texas
  • March 2007 Panhandle-Plains Invitational Western Art Show – Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum – Canyon, Texas
  • March 2006 Panhandle-Plains Invitational Western Art Show – Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum – Canyon, Texas
  • Nov 2005 – Jan 2006 Mountain Oyster Club’s 35th Annual Contemporary Western Art Show – Tucson, Arizona
  • May 2005 Art Stampede Sale and Show – Museum of Western Art – Kerrville, Texas
  • March 2005 Panhandle-Plains Invitational Western Art Show – Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum – Canyon, Texas
  • Feb 2005 The Nita Stewart Haley Memorial Library – Midland, Texas
  • Nov 2004 – Jan 2005 Mountain Oyster Club’s 34th Annual Contemporary Western Art Show – Tucson, Arizona
  • May 2004 “Images of the American West”, oil painting exhibition, Art Renaissance Centre – Granbury, Texas
  • May 2004 2nd Annual Historic Granbury Fine Art Walk – Granbury, Texas
  • Feb 2004 The Nita Stewart Haley Memorial Library – Midland, Texas
  • Oct 2003 One-man Exhibition – Olney Center for the Arts – Olney, Texas
  • May 2003 Historic Granbury Art Walk – Granbury, Texas
  • Nov 1995 “Memories In Bronze”, one-man exhibition, Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center Gallery, Tarleton State University – Stephenville, Texas
  • Sept 1995 John Stevens Jones Fellowship Award Recipient, one-man exhibition, BCCFA, Clifton, Texas
  • Oct 1994 Two-man Exhibition – Lone Mesa Gallery – Granbury, Texas
  • Nov 1993 Group Exhibition, Lone Mesa Gallery – Granbury, Texas
  • Oct 1993 “Gallery Night Under the Stars”, Schaefer Art Bronze Foundry – Arlington, Texas
  • Dec 1992 One-man Sculpture Exhibition, Soderberg/Stevenson Sculpture Gallery – Sedona, Arizona
  • Nov 1992 “An Afternoon of Fine Art”, Four-man Exhibition – Granbury, Texas
  • May 1992 One-man Sculpture Exhibition, Bank of North Texas – Meadowbrook, Fort Worth, Texas
  • July 1980-1984 Cowboy Reunion – Stamford, Texas

National Juried Competitions

  • Conservatory Art Classic, 20th Annual Exhibition – Clifton, Texas 2005
  • Conservatory Art Classic, 19th Annual Exhibition – Clifton, Texas 2004
  • Breckenridge Fine Arts Center, 13th Annual Juried Art Show – Breckenridge, Texas – 2004
  • Art Splash on the Square National Art Competition – Graham, Texas – 2004
  • Breckenridge Fine Arts Center, 12th Annual Juried Art Show – Breckenridge, Texas – 2003
  • “National Sculpture Society’s 62nd Annual Exhibition” – Americas Tower, New York, New York – 1995
  • “Westward Ho! American Sculpture” – Americas Tower, New York, New York – 1995
  • “100 Years of The National Sculpture Society of The United States of America in Italy,” Palazzo Mediceo, Seravezza, Lucca, Italy – 1994
  • National Sculpture Society’s 61st Annual Exhibition – “All Sculpture Great and Small”, Americas Tower, New York, New York – 1994
  • The Allied Artists of America “81st Annual Exhibition” – The National Arts Club, New York, New York – 1994
  • Mamaroneck Artist Guild’s 36th National Open Juried Exhibition – Larchmont, New York – 1994
  • “Sculpture In The Park”, Loveland High Plains Arts Council – Loveland, Colorado – 1992, ’93, ’94, ’95
  • “Strokes of Genius”, Scottsdale Artist School Juried Exhibition – Scottsdale, Arizona – 1993, ’94, ’95
  • Annual Art Competition, Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts – Clifton, Texas – 1992, ’93,’94
  • American Artist Professional League 64th Grand National Exhibition – New York, New York – 1993
  • “Twelfth Annual Open National Exhibition”, Salmagundi Club – New York, New York – 1993
  • “Miniatures”, Albuquerque Museum Foundation – Albuquerque, New Mexico – 1992, ’93, ’94, ’95
  • “The Classic”, Western Art Show, New Mexico State Fair – Albuquerque, New Mexico – 1992, ’93, ’94, ’95
  • “North American Sculpture Exhibition”, Foothills Art Center – Golden, Colorado – 1992
  • St. John’s Uihelin-Peters “Sculpture On The Plaza”, – Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 1992
  • Eureka Springs Sculpture Competition, May Fine Arts Festival – Eureka Springs, Arkansas – 1992

Awards and Honors

  • Conservatory Art Patrons Purchase Award – For oil painting “Tanner’s Pride” at the 2005 Conservatory Art Classic, Clifton, Texas
  • Silver Medal – For oil painting “Tanner’s Pride” at the 2005 Conservatory Art Classic, Clifton, Texas
  • First Place Sculpture Award – For sculpture “Moonlight Sonata” at 2004 Art Splash on the Square National Art Competition, Graham, Texas
  • Clay Pitzer Best of Show – For oil painting “Troubled Skies of the Confederacy” at 2003 12th Annual Breckenridge Fine Arts Center Competition, Breckenridge, Texas
  • Joyce and Eliot Liskin Foundation Award – 1994 Young Sculptors Award sponsored by National Sculpture Society, New York
  • First Place Sculpture Award – For sculpture “Cuttin’ Loose” at 1995 “Strokes of Genius”, SAS Competition, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • John Steven Jones Fellowship Purchase Award – For sculpture “Seabreeze” at 1994 9th Annual Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts Competition
  • Best of Show – Bosque County Bank for sculpture “Haiku Summer” at 1994 9th Annual Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts Competition
  • Popular Choice Award – Texas – New Mexico Power Company for sculpture “Haiku Summer” at 1994 9th Annual Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts Competition Artists’ Choice Award – Goodall-Witcher Hospital for sculpture “Haiku Summer” at 1994 Annual Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts Competition
  • Bud Biggs Memorial Award – For sculpture “Bosque River Legacy” at 1993 8th Annual Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts Competition
  • James Boren Artist’s Choice Award – Goodall-Witcher Hospital for sculpture “Serenity” at 1993 8th Annual Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts Competition
  • Popular Choice Award – Texas-New Mexico Power Company for sculpture “Serenity” at 1993 8th Annual Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts Competition
  • Popular Choice Award – Texas-New Mexico Power Company for sculpture “Bad Weather Coming” at 1992 7th Annual Bosque Conservatory of Fine Arts Competition

Monumental Sculpture Installations

  • “Sixty Years In The Saddle” 2/3rd’s life-size horse and rider
    1. T-Cross Ranch, Colorado Springs, Colorado
    2. City of Springville, Springville, Utah
    3. Private Estate, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
    4. J BAR C Ranch, Acton, Texas
    5. Private Estate, San Francisco, California
    6. Hill Ranch, Glen Rose, Texas
    7. Roanoke Center, Roanoke, Texas
    8. Private Estate, Southlake, Texas
  • “Autumn Morning” 1 ½ times life-size Whitetail buck and doe Private Estate, Tolar, Texas
  • “Whitetail Evening” 1 1/8 times life-size Whitetail buck and doe (standing) Private Estate, Fort Worth, Texas