"I see everything as a timeline - the "layers of life." Each layer builds on the others. I convey the richness of experience in texture, repetition and color."
Working in paint, metal, stone, and photography, Marsh Scott creates abstractions and contemporary works that are rich in intriguing textures. Repetition and order result in balance and harmony.
Fresco is one of the newest "old" mediums that Marsh is now using to create the textured surfaces of richly colored paintings.
Marsh Scott began her work in multiple mediums while receiving a BS at Penn State in art education. Her specialization in ceramics, fiber and jewelry was the beginning of her love of surface, texture and process. A Masters in Art at Cal State Long Beach added research in ethnic crafts and their patterns and textures. Architecture classes at the University of California at Irvine became the starting point for her ordered spatial and 2D design.