The new collection by Scarlett Raven and Marc Marot takes inspiration from David Hockney and Anselm Kiefer and showcases nature and its symbolism.
Exploring new textures and materials has allowed Scarlett to develop her relationship with colour further, and experiment with the overall composition of her paintings. Far from being a hindrance, Scarlett credits her dyslexia with allowing her to interpret and wield patterns and shapes, which she carries through into her work. This is key to the progression we see here in Scarlett’s landscapes; the previous predominantly horizontal orientation of her work has evolved to accommodate the towering majesty of the trees that have come to mean so much to the artist.
A Voice from the World of Men & The Stars Threw Down Their Spears by Scarlett Raven
Original artworks £25,000 each
40in x 40in Limited Editions £1,950 each
14in x 14in Limited Editions £250 each
Taking inspiration from David Hockney and Anselm Kiefer, Scarlett Raven – in collaboration with Marc Marot – has showcased nature and its symbolism in this latest collection, The Eye of Heaven Shines.
Speaking of her paintings, she says each one is a learning experience; this collection shows a devotion to examining how trees grow and interact in their environment.
“I’ve always seen nature as reality and raw truth. I feel more secure in nature than with people, which is why I so often use it to inspire my paintings.”
To unlock the multiple layers within the art, download the free Artivive app from the iOS app store or Google Play store and use it to scan the painting.
Read more about the collection in the latest edition of Fine Art Collector here.
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