Otis Scott McDaniel

Anchorage, Alaska

(1926 - 2012)

September 2013

from the Bethleen Cole collection

McDaniel original Sacred Sunrise

McDaniel original, Sacred Sunrise - Sunday with Bethy



April 2013

from the Sweeney collection

McDaniel original Glacier Fishing McDaniel original Sunset Cruise

McDaniel originals Glacier Fishing and Sunset Cruise

On the back of Glacier fishing is the following information

"Scott McDaniel

Scott McDaniel, moved to Alaska in 1948. He and his wife, Maxine, planned to spend a year befor going on to college. Both fell in love with Alaska and have been there ever since. In 1949 they homesteaded at Kenny Lake. Scott had always loved to paint, and he began to paint Alask he could see around him. When his cabin at the homestead burned to the ground in 1951 he offered his paintings for sale out of necessity. To his delight they sold, from then on he painted as often as he could. In 1969 he finally decided to paint full time.

Scott has become a well known Alaskan artist. He travels the state extensively collection material and exhibiting his work. HIs paintings have won national awards and his list of collectors grows steadily each year. His paintings are in private collections in most states and several foreign countries. He had exhibited in Hawaii, California, and Washington as well as throughout the State of Alaska. He has bad paintings in National Art shows that toured the states. He has paintings hanging in the offices of the White House in Washington D.C. and the Office of the President of the Republic of Germany.

Scott studied at Vallejo Jr. College and with private teachers. He has taught in California, Washington, Hawaii and Alaska"



November 2006

from the Sweeney collection

McDaniel original Alaskan Cache 1963

McDaniel original Alaskan Cache 1963

..."May you enjoy the painting" Mary Lou