Monday November 15 | Scott Avett: Musician & Visual Artist

November 12, 2010 at 5:17 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 3 Comments

Scott Avett has been busy. Not only is the banjo-playing member of the nationally successful local band, The Avett Brothers, but he’s also carving out a career for himself in the visual art world. Scott’s been painting for years, and even studied art when he was a student at East Carolina University in the late 90’s. Now he’s getting attention for his art as well as his music, and we’ll talk about both, on the next Charlotte Talks.
Photo credit: Mike and Lindsey at The Crackerfarm

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Scott Avett
– Visual Artist and Musician, one of The Avett Brothers (the older)

Gallery of Scott Avett's work

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Jason Tuttle, Charlotte Talks. Charlotte Talks said: Monday: Scott Avett, banjo-playing member of "The Avett Brothers" is also a visual artist. He talks about why he paints. http://ow.ly/392xG […]

  2. Scott,
    One thing that drew me into your music are the lyrics & how you express you’re faith in such an elegant (& not in you’re face way). You say things that are in my heart, so you’ve hit what it is you are trying to accomplish.

    Oh yeah, the screaming is way cool, too.
    Stay true to your heart and I’ll be a fan for life.

    ~ Otter

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