The latest work from Australian artist Scott Marr. Marr’s new collection continues his unique technique of drawing using pyrography and painting with natural pigments, predominantly from the bush.
By the time Scott Marr sits down at the easel, his works of art are already well underway. A large part of Scott’s artistic practice is comprised of the identification, collection and preparation of an astounding range of natural pigments. His bush pigments are unpredictable by nature, ensuring that each work of art is imbued with a genuine uniqueness. The variable palette reflects the dynamic and seasonal character of the natural world, where no two days or places are the same. Scott says, “Over the past few years, I’ve been experimenting with the extraction and application of natural pigments. I now feel my experimentation has become my applied practice. This confidence together with the discovery of new colours has opened up new dimensions for my art”.
To see more of Marr’s work, visit ScottMarr.blogspot.com or Katoomba Fine Art.