My name is Scott Radke and I'm an artist from Cleveland Ohio.


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I create dream-like characters from out of my imagination and photograph them in natural environments.

I keep the meanings behind my work simple and just create and let my work speak for itself. It's very meditative for me to create and I'm fortunate to have this as my purpose and livelihood.

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Yvonne Bernal 3 months ago

They're beautiful! They look like they each ate a cinnamon roll. I love their little faces

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John Moreno 3 months ago

Scott, Wonderful work. I hope you never stop making.

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Yvonne Bernal 3 months ago

Autumn. I see the Autumn season all over her. It looks like she has done her final harvest. Perhaps the Harvest Queen?

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Yvonne Bernal 3 months ago

The Snow Queen

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Jenný Kolsöe 3 months ago

I love her :)

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Sandy Davis 3 months ago

You use the colors I like most, earthy, dull, and fall hues. Do you sell your pieces?

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Linden Robinson 3 months ago

Eggs, in the wheel of life.. Excellent use of symbolism.

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Yvonne Bernal 3 months ago

I don't know why... but I picture her in a fountain, with LOTS of beautiful birds

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Sandy Davis 3 months ago

I am just now seeing that you have set your sculptures out in the woods & they blend in perfectly. I like what you do with the long twigs in their hair/hats & the cane/staff. Can't be;lieve I was focusing on the figures & missing the setting as real.

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Yvonne Bernal 3 months ago

Her love has flown away... setting her love free... OR perhaps a love amulet? Wow, this one really sparks the imagination.

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