About


Scott A. Stoll is a self taught artist born and raised in the sleepy town of Reed City, Michigan and during his teenage years developed a deep passion for science fiction and horror. After graduating from Ferris State University with a bachelor’s degree in Television Production he continued his love for the genres and started to play with papier mache as a means to create his own visions of all things fantastical.

Today Stoll is an award winning papier mache artist specializing in Halloween related subject matter and continues to push the boundaries of the papier mache medium. His work is typically characterized by the use of recycled and commonly found materials and has been featured in The Midland Daily News, Great Lakes Bay Region Lifestyle Magazine and on The Home Depot blog.

In April 2013 Scott opened STOLLOWEEN Studio at 718 George Street in Midland Michigan. The studio served as his personal workshop and a classroom for those interested in learning a variety of papier mache techniques. The studio was closed May 2015 and Scott now teaches workshops online, working with students around the world.

In June 2017 Scott will reopen STOLLOWEEN Studio at 718 George Street in Midland, Michigan, once again offering project oriented workshops for those so inclined. Check out the class offerings at www.stolloween.com.

Scott lives in Midland, Michigan with his wife and two sons and when not working still enjoys watching a good science fiction or horror movie.

Scott A. Stoll is a self taught artist born and raised in the sleepy town of Reed City, Michigan and during his teenage years developed a deep passion for science fiction and horror.

 

After graduating fromFerrisStateUniversitywith a bachelor’s degree in Television Production he continued his love for the genres and started to play with papier mache as a means to create his own visions of all things fantastical.

 

Today Stoll is an award winning papier mache artist specializing in Halloween related subject matter and continues to push the boundaries of the papier mache medium.

 

His work is typically characterized by the use of recycled and commonly found materials.

 

In April 2013 Scott opened STOLLOWEEN Studio at718 George StreetinMidlandMichigan. The studio serves as his personal workshop and a classroom for those interested in learning a variety of papier mache techniques.

 

Scott lives in Midland, Michigan with his wife and two sons and when not working still enjoys watching a good science fiction or horror movie.