Scofield’s photos veer from
the ordinary

By Anne Hopper-Vickstrom
The Canyon Courier

If you’re a little quirky, curious and ready to experience new and unique things, a visit to the Stoneheart Gallery is a must. The photographic works of Kevin Scofield are on display to enjoy, entertain and definitely to provoke thought.

Scofield uses digital photography and then works his magic. “I print on fine art watercolor paper and apply digital manipulation,” he said. “I think people frowned on (digital art) at one time, but now they get it.” This artist brings creativity into photography. “I love to print on canvas; it takes away the digital-techno feel,” he said. “I’ve also applied acrylic on it and sometimes gel to create a completely different feel.”

His education has definitely been applied to his art. He earned a bachelor of fine art in photography and minored in philosophy. This background helps explain the works on

Scofield’s sense of humor is obvious in “Deer Creek Saucers,” an image of fall colors amongst vivid evergreens — with three flying saucers hovering above a charming mountain home. He then communicates his spiritual side in “Shaman Shadow,” which takes the viewer’s eye to a shadow image, turning our back to the actual being.



His art is extreme. From a peaceful Western image of a rope hanging on a fencepost in “Lasso” to the bizarre, colorful image of an alien peering through an altered mountain vista in “Middle Earth,” each photographic image gets thoughts moving.

Scofield has applied his significant talents in other fields as well. He worked for 10 years as a photojournalist; ran his own freelance photography business; worked in television, where he earned an Emmy Award; worked for various TV news affiliations, including NBC, UPN, CBS and FOX; and currently is a news operations manager at FOX in Denver, where he manages 30 photojournalists.

Stoneheart Gallery owner Mark King “connected with Scofield the first time I met him,” he said. “At the opening of the show, people were so comfortable they were sitting on the floor, relaxing and having great conversation about Kevin’s art.”

For more information about Kevin Scofield, see Stoneheart Gallery is located on Main Street in Evergreen, across from Creekside Cellars. It’s open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and by appointment Monday and Tuesday. Call 303-670-0565 or visit

New Show Info
Kevin was the featured artist for the month of September at Stoneheart Gallery in Evergreen Colorado...



"Felix" the "CATicature"
Kevin's  2006 Mask Project Entry. (A benefit for Hospice of Metro Denver.) Purposefully designed so he can't be stuck in a thin little showcase along with hundreds of the other entries, Felix measures in at a bold 23.5" X 26"...

This goofy guy occupies his own space!
I am happy and very proud to report “Felix” was selected from hundreds of mask entries to go into the coveted "Mask Project Silent Auction".
Felix was standing tall along with some VERY special company!
Check out the final "Live" and "Silent Auction" results here,

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Kevin as Spite

Did you know that Kevin actually has a cult following?

For the past 8 years, Kevin has been portrayed as the character "Spite" in the wildly popular software card game, SpiteNET: Spite and Malice.

The fans have a love/hate relationship with Kevin's voice and character. One of the most popular features of this very successful Internet card game allows you to slap him to vent your frustrations.

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