Scott Zbryk was born in Harrisburg Pennsylvania on February 28th, 1953. In April of 1953 he and his parents moved to Colorado where he grew up in the suburbs outside of Denver. Colorado has been home ever since, and he now resides in Evergreen, Colorado.
Realizing his artistic potential at a young age while in fifth grade, Scott began his journey into the world of art. At Westminster High School in
Scott Zbryk Bio
Scott Zbryk is an exceptional pen, ink, mixed
media, and installation artist. His studio is located in Evergreen Colorado. He’s been an active artist member of numerous galleries across Colorado's diverse arts districts.
Venues where his works have been shown include, CORE New Art Space Gallery, Shadow Mountain Gallery, Main Street Gallery Evergreen, Evergreen Center for the Arts, Rembrandt Yard Arts & Events Center, Valkarie Gallery, Evergreen Lutheran Church, The Depot Art Gallery, The Denver Public Library, Auraria Campus Library, Center for Visual Arts, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, and various other locations as well as private collections.
Artistic influences range from the skewed perspective of M. C. Escher, the sculptural frolic of Red Grooms, the surreal atmosphere of Salvador Dali, and the whimsical
environments of Dr. Seuss.
Recent awards include receiving top honors for “Best Poster,” at the Third Annual Evergreen Bluegrass Festival, (08/19/2017). This winning artwork sold at auction for $1,600.00, the proceeds benefiting Mountain Area Non-Profits for disadvantaged youth in the Evergreen area.
Zbryk has a BFA Degree from Metro State College of Denver, and an MA Degree in Fine Arts from Regis University. See his work at;
Scott Zbryk with installation of "Urban Sprawl Perplexities"
Mixed Media/Installation Circa 2008