Art
Over the years I have sketched, inked, and painted hundreds of art pieces. Some to showcase in art shows, but mostly to just get things out of my head. Here are just a few of the series I am most proud of.

Someday I’ll get all my sketchbooks, ink pieces, and paintings online, but that’s a lot of scanning, photographing, and clean up. Someday.

If you are interested in seeing more of my work, please email me.
Bio
Scott Bokma was born July 7th, 1976, in Columbus, Montana. He grow up in the surrounding areas of Billings and Big Timber – a true one-horse town. Eschewing horses and rodeos in favor of art galleries and cafes, Scott escaped to Seattle in 1995 to attend the Art Institute of Seattle, where he received an Associate of Applied Arts degree.

Scott is not content to live the life of a starving artist, so Scott respectably passes his daytime hours as a visual designer. This profession affords Scott not only the luxury of procuring art supplies, but also the opportunity to bring his creative visions to life as they flash before him – a process which mystifies even him.

A slave to his visions, you'll find Scott compulsively scribbling seemingly otherworldly renderings in the first step of obeying his muse. The manifestation of this process never disappoints nor fails to surprise Scott, and he dares not guess what his muse has in store for him next.

Scott’s work has been showcased at Burning Man, Capitol Hill Café, Marcus’ Martini Heaven, A Miner Gallery, and Seattle ReStart to name a few.

Shows
I haven’t done any shows in a long time, but I also haven’t done as much art as I use to. I’m slowly getting back into the swing of it and hopefully back to showcasing my artwork. Here is some of my pass art shows.

March 2005 - present
(currently not hanging at this time)
The Hideout
Seattle, WA

May 7, 2004
Ashland First Friday
Ashland, OR

April. 2004
“Beautiful Art for Beautiful Minds”
An art show and silent auction benefiting Chinook Clubhouse of Boulder
Boulder, CO

Dec. 2003
Forgotten Works Challenge III
Seattle, WA

Nov. 2003
ReStart at Northwest Work Lofts
Seattle, WA

Nov. 2003
Marcus’ Martini Heaven
Seattle, WA

Aug./Sept. 2003
Burning Man, Black Rock City Animal Control camp art installation
Black Rock City, NV

July/Aug. 2003
The Antagonist Movement presents Decadence Erotic Art Exhibition, curated by John John Jesse
Niagara, New York, NY

March 2003
ReStart at Northwest Work Lofts
Seattle, WA

Jan. 2003
Marcus’ Martini Heaven
Seattle, WA

Dec. 2002
Hive Mind presents A Gallery Party
Seattle, WA

Nov. 2002
ReStart at Northwest Work Lofts
Seattle, WA

Nov. 2002
Aftermath gallery
Seattle, WA

Oct. 2002
Capitol Hill Café
Seattle, WA

Aug. 2002
Satellite Lounge
Seattle, WA