Paul Scott Malone


Terminal Blues #4 oil on canvas 91x76 cm (36x30 in)
Death Valley (West) oil on canvas 91x91 cm (36x36 in)


Malone was born in Texas and has lived most of his life in the South and Southwest of the United States. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston and an MFA from The University of Arizona. He has received numerous awards and honors during his career, including, in 1990, a fellowship and grant to an individual artist from the National Endowment for the Arts. In recent years, his visual art has been shown in a number of galleries and exhibitions in the United States and Europe, as well as  magazines and books such as International Contemporary ArtistsArt & BeyondLiving Artists of Today and Hidden Treasures Yearbook. In 2010, he was the featured artist in two exhibitions at the old Icosahedron Gallery in Manhattan, and, in 2011, World Wide Art Books named him an International Contemporary Master. Malone is also the author of three books of fiction, a novel and two short story collections. He now lives and works at his studio in Rockport, Texas, a small town on the Gulf of Mexico.