Marsh Scott’s range of work encompasses painting, sculpture, jewelry and photography. Commissions over the years including public art, medical, corporate, and private commissions have led her to explore many ways to express her visual language. All are rich in textures and layers and reveal patterns and order.
New this year is jewelry cut from the same stainless steel panels as her sculptures with the same clean lines and brushed surface. Also new is a series “Lens, Stem, & Seeds”. These photographic montages are created from two to five images of arranged still lifes photographed at close range. As photographs were taken, the produce was cut open to reveal different layers of subtle texture and more pattern.
Marsh is currently working on a public art project for the City of Orange/OCTA. A sculpture installation of three layers of metal and paint will be installed this summer in the new Pedestrian Underpass of the Metrolink Station in Old Town Orange.
Marsh has a YouTube video about her Sawdust Art Festival booth:
More work and images from commissions can be seen on her website: http://marshscott.com