Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Scott Marr

Australian artist Scott Marr has developed a collection of carved records.
Each discarded vinyl has been altered by the artist's preferred method of carving by burn-markings with a hot poker, known as pyrography.

Born in 1976 in St Leonards, Sydney, Scott Marr uses natural pigments collected from the bush and farmlands including ochres, bark, charcoal, sap, flowers, berries, and the medium of fire to burn drawings (pyrography) onto paper and wood.  Based on a love for drawing, Marr’s artwork looks into the world of  what he calls “bio metamorphics”  symbiosis, energy, or the “alchemy of nature”.

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