Scarlett Raven

 

History and Background

With a degree in Art from Central Saint Martins, Scarlett 0is one of the youngest artists to have had a solo exhibition in London’s esteemed Cork Street Galleries. Since graduating in 2009, Scarlett has participated in a number of group shows across London, and enjoyed several successful solo shows.

Scarlett has been involved in a number of public projects, including album art work design and charity commissions. She has enjoyed international critical acclaim including ES magazine, Creative Review, Modern Painters, Tate Magazine, Tatler, Time Out and Life Magazine. Popular acclaim is worldwide, with collectors in the UK, Dubai, Miami and Texas, and a number of high profile supporters such as Lord Jonathan Marland, Duffy, Take That, Roxy Music and Orlando Bloom.

Scarletts biggest influence and inspiration comes from the very earth we inhabit and the world which surrounds us: nature is at the heart of every work she creates. Landscapes and seascapes are prominent in Raven’s work, capturing the romance of nature and its ability to affect and reflect human emotion, and its relation to society and the world around 

Scarlett's The Eleventh Hour collection explores the significance of the poppy, and is inspired by a need to commemorate and reflect upon the First World War. It is foremost an emblem of remembrance, but these poppies are ultimately hopeful, representative of the life which follows death, and the triumph of natural beauty over the ugliest of manmade scars.

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