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“Flow is the dominant dynamic of Marcia Scott’s recent paintings. Flow is what creates the shapes; and its cessation, its edges, its boundaries and its dissipations are what determine the interrelations between those shapes and the static colour fields within which they swirl, puddle, convolute and configure…. The eye’s imagination has excitements here: incitements to reverie.” Mel Gooding, 2018

Plaza Premium Lounge are delighted to present FLOW an exhibition of striking original paintings by rising artist Marcia Scott. Including recent and new enchanting works experimenting with a variety of paint media; such as gloss enamels, hammerite and fluorescent spray.

Each canvas begins with a layered solid ground of static pure tone in bright blue, pink, yellow, black, white and gold. The palette is simply the seven colours of the rainbow, meticulously chosen to become part of the magic, to mix and create a spectrum of multi-coloured hues and textures, merging, marbling and splaying. Scott establishes new processes of mixing and moving paint, pouring directly on to the canvas, with gestural freedom; creating organic sensuous forms and flows, fused and highlighted with colour. Concerned with relationships and form, balance and fluidity; this unique process creates a visual language, which can be considered both abstract and surreal, likened to musical scores.

Descending from a family of artists, Marcia Scott is the daughter of Peter and Rachel Scott, sister of Iona Scott. Born 1967, studying a foundation course at Chelsea School of Art and graduating from St. Martin’s School of Art in 2000. She now works from her London studio, a sacred and spiritual space to inspire ‘a revolution of love and healing through abstract art.’ For many years working alongside her partner Al Damidge at the prestigious studio of step-father Sir Frank Bowling RA OBE and on various pieces, of which ‘Journey Along With Marcia Scott’ was nominated for the Wollaston Prize at the show of the Royal Academy of Arts, London. Notable solo exhibitions include; We Are All Related, University of Louisiana, showcasing spectacular large-scale paintings of up to four meters in length from the series of Rivers of Dreams. Cello Factory, London hosted a major solo exhibition; Back to the Future – Dreaming In Colour – Here And Now in 2018. Scott has exhibited worldwide, featured in important group exhibitions at Berry Campbell, New York and London Abscape, Bode, Berlin.

Artworks are available for sale, with options for framing and worldwide delivery. Please contact the Art and Lounge Curators for any further information. / @marciascott777

Photography by Justin Piperger