Lindsay Scott was born and raised in Zimbabwe and Africa's dramatic landscapes and wildlife have been her major inspirations. She studied fine art and biology at the University of Cape Town and University of Minnesota. She has traveled extensively and lived for many decades in America, always studying nature along the way. In the 1980s, she turned to art full time. She has received many awards and was the 2009 featured painter at Western Visions. Her work is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, San Bernadino County Museum, and Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History.
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What a story unfolded in front us, thousands of wildebeest grunting and snorting, the fraught decision making process of the herd, the dust as they threw themselves off the cliff, the splashing of the water as they leap into the crocodile infested waters, the relief for those who make it to the other side. Thrilling and awe inspiring and just a tiny part of a huge ever changing drama that is the East African Migration. This piece could have been titled “what the leopard witnessed” as a leopard ran across in front of us and sat beneath a bush and watched the scene with us.