Someone to watch: The surrealist bio-metophormics artwork ofÂ Australian artist Scott Marr.
“These works are more intwined with political and cultural issues, such as mental health and environmentÂ I feelÂ the two go hand in hand”. -Scott Marr-
“Borders” Burnt pine veneer, bitumen, eucalypt bark sap and charcoal. 130 by 78cm
“We eat what we areâ€ Burnt paper, eucalypt sap, bark and charcoal, sandal wood berry, acacia sap, ochres, coriopsus flower and eucalypt ash 101 by 65cm
“I work with Pyrography (burning images) and collecting and processing my own pigments, from from the bush to the farm lands. My work is a look into the world of bio metamorphics, symbiosis and energy.
The foundation of my process is on a love for drawing.” -Scott Marr-
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