'Scratching the Surface'
'Scratching the Surface' was a site-related body of work which I made to be exhibited at Scottish Natural Heritage, Battleby, in Perthshire, Scotland. It references the site as a battle ground, a hospital where World War One soldiers were brought to recuperate, and a previous owner who collected exotic plants, many of which can still be found in the grounds today. 
'Scratching the Surface' (Promotional poster)
'Hostile Invasion' (Acrylic on Canvas)
'Masking the Pain' (Nettle, Ivy, Daisy, Hydrangea and Clematis)
 
'PRICK' (UNPAINTED) (Thorns on Canvas under spotlight)
'PRICK' (Thorns and Acrylic on Canvas)
'Sleeping with the Enemy' (Giant Hogweed, Butterbur, Thorns, Bindweed, Nettles and Raffia)
'Sleeping with the Enemy' (detail)
'No Way Out' (Thorns, wire and acrylic on canvas)
'Forbidden Fruit' (Mixed media on Canvas)
'The Exotic Seed Company' (Installation)
'Off-Side' (Acrylic on Canvas)
'Poison Ivy's Cocktail Bar' (Performance prop)
'Scratching the Surface'
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'Scratching the Surface'

Scratching the Surface was a site-related body of work made to be exhibited at Scottish Natural Heritage, Battleby House, Redgorton in Perthshire Read More
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