JO SCOTT-B's  blog of drawings in Vancouver's  heritage neighbourhoods  are based on her walks  with local historian   John Atkin  and her own favourite city rambles -


* born Buenos Aires Argentina

* lives in Vancouver, B.C. - (Canadian citizen)  

STUDIED art in Argentina, Peru, Canada and UK.

As a child in Buenos Aires,  Jo was at school with daughters of Pres. Juan Peron’s generals, learning early the value of discretion. Fascinated by characteristics which give places their individuality, she uses her art to draw attention to endangered and lost heritage buildings.   Jo is a co-founder of Heritage Vancouver, served on the City of Vancouver's Heritage Commission and won a City of Vancouver Heritage Award for her paintings of old Grocery Stores.

She has published two books: Carved in Oak, drawings of medieval bench carvings in English churches - Hello Dog, a book introducing children to dogs and how to be safe with them.

Jo paints "house portraits" of heritage and character buildings - contact  JO via form below or here

Contact Us

Jo's new paintings are at MIX Bakery: a neighbourhood cafe with wonderful breads, tasty treats - soup sand sandwiches - closes at 5pm

4430 W 10th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6R 2H9

from August 24th through October 2017