I was born in Muskogee Oklahoma in 1967, the miscreant only child of X and Y.

I insistently avoided schoolwork and instead began to teach myself how to draw.

Insects, animals, and monsters. This was the entirety of my self-tutelage.

I work in a wide variety of media and styles, yet a strong continual focus on drawing persists.

For me, obsessions with both comparative anatomy and natural history are constant, and are underlying themes in the majority of my work.

My short list of art deities would be DADO (Miodrag Djuric), Hans Bellmer, Daniel Spoerri, Roger Loewig, and Fred Deux. I currently live and work in Oakland, CA.

Selected Exhibitions
2015 ‘Krampusmas’, 63 Bluxome Street Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2015 ‘Hearsay: Urban Legends’, Museum of Art & History, Lancaster, CA
2015 ‘Ain’t Natural’, Hammerfriar Gallery, Healdsburg, CA
2014 ‘Collagerie’, Stew Gallery, Norwich, United Kingdom
2014 ‘Don’t Wake Daddy’, Feinkunst Krüger, Hamburg, Germany
2014 ‘Hearsay: Contemporary Artists Reveal Urban Legends’, Begovich Gallery, Cal State, CA
2013 ‘Art Dorks Rise’, Space:Eight Gallery, Saint Augustine, FL
2013 ‘Speaking in Tongues’, Black Vulture Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2011 ‘Monsters’, Collaborate Gallery, Oakland, CA
2011 John Casy, ‘Hands & Pants’, Swarm Gallery, Oakland, CA
2010 ‘Neal Rock, Christopher Oliveria, Scott D. Wilson’, POST Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 ‘Germinate’, Bemis Building, Seattle, WA
2005 Phinney Center Gallery, Seattle, WA
2001 ‘Prints, Drawings, Objects’, Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA
2001 ‘CoCA Northwest Annual’, 2nd Prize awarded, Seattle, WA
2001 ‘Un Documentaire Medicale’, Mary Vitold Gallery, Seattle, WA
2001 Invitational, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA
2001 ‘The Art of Change’, UNICEF Westlake Center, Seattle, WA
2000 ‘Infirmary’, FotoCircle Gallery, Seattle, WA
2000 ‘Artists Slide Show 2000′, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
2000 ‘Push Pin’, FotoCircle Gallery, Seattle, WA
1995 ‘Eastern Influences’, Galeria Kosmos, Seattle, WA
1995 ‘Borders & Boundaries’, Daniel Smith Gallery, Seattle, WA

Television
2012 Science/Discovery Channel, ‘Oddities’, ‘Cool Brains’, Ryan Matthew Cohn

Media
2013 Neuroblasto Magazine, ‘Scott D. Wilson’, Diego Decont
2012 The New Collectors Book, ‘Scott D. Wilson’, Basak Malone
2011 Nothing to Nobody, ‘Art and Artefacts’, Andy Marshall
2011 Inside ArtZine, Germany, Jenz Dieckmann
2011 Wurzeltod, ‘Scott D. Wilson’s “M.F. Follard”, Suzanne D. Gerber
2011 BoingBoing, ‘Medical/Monstrous/Insectoid Artwork’, David Pescovitz
2011 Who Killed Bambi?, ‘Scott D. Wilson’, Valentina Tanni
2011 If You Can’t Make It Good…Make It Big, ‘Scott D. Wilson’, John Casey Web Blog
2011 Ransom Notes, Scott Wilson / sculptor, drawn works, Stacey Ransom
2010 Another Bouncing Ball, Sepia toned anti-romance, Regina Hackett
2010 Antique Children, A Mischievous Literary Art Journal, ‘Duende’ Issue
2009 Another Bouncing Ball, Scott Wilson – Happy New Year, Regina Hackett
2009 Best Of, ‘C.P.1935mc’ by Scott D. Wilson’, Joey Veltkamp
2001 Seattle Weekly, Spotlight, Scott Wilson, Anna Fahey
2000 The Stranger, Scott Wilson, Emily Hall
2000 IN Formation Magazine, Special Apocalyptic Issue, cover illustration, chief artist
2000 Imperial Boogie Magazine, March Issue, ‘The Art of Scott Wilson’, Lisa Bussett
1999 IN Formation Magazine, Premiere Issue, cover illustration
1999 Fine Art Forum, Vol. 13, No. 8, August issue
1999 ArtFusion, cover and portfolio review
1997 Graphis 302, ‘Interactivity’, Scott Mednick