About M Scantling

Mark Scantling is an artist and photographer working and living in Amarillo, Texas where he and his wife Mickie moved after living in Fort Worth. He was raised on the south plains in Lubbock,  and has also lived in Denver, Colorado.

Mark began painting professionally in 2004, and exhibits in art shows around the country, and currently in two art galleries. His art and photography is sold on the internet. Mark’s work is in private and corporate collections across the U.S. and in Australia and Sweden.

Commissioned paintings are welcomed. For more information, please email Mark here.

Photo by Mark Scantling.


5 thoughts on “About M Scantling”

  1. I LOVE your work and as a woman who dreams of living in a geeked out Airstream, and talks about it constantly, it was almost too much to open your blog … I’d be in an Airstream in Weatherford if I could, just to be able to write, photograph and video cutting horse events, and to be close to the Fat Stock Show.

    I am going to share your website on my horse website. 😉 Thank you for following me on Twitter. Made my week, for sure.

    • Hello Susie – nice to “meet” you! Thanks for your kind words 🙂 You are not alone in wanting a “geeked out” Airstream – I continue to get comments from others! Thank you for following me on Twitter – and on your website. Hope to meet up in the near future – maybe at the Stock Show~

  2. I likee! 🙂

  3. Terry Fortner said:

    Mark I have enjoyed your pictures today. you brought back some memories of West Texas, and our teenage years. They were over way too fast, and really hard to believe they were so long ago. Anyway nice work.

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