Dont’ Be So Harsh | Let’s Get with Scott Marsh

Scott Marsh (b. 1984) is a Sydney-based artist and large scale street artist. Marsh picked up his first spray can at the age of 12 and began tagging the neighbourhood streets and train carriages. Later, tagging trains around the world, as a graffiti writer, his ‘Sydney-style’ tags earned him international recognition as one of the most talented graffiti writers of his generation.

  • In 2009, Marsh completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in Painting, at the University of New South Wales (College of Fine Arts) and soon after began receiving commissions for large-scale commercial murals.

Marsh’s artworks are created using brush and acrylic and oil paints, as well as spray cans. He uses a lot of colour and creates pieces with complex layering, creating depth and texture to his work. His years of street art painting is evident in his gallery pieces; whether its still life or paintings of flora. His artworks are admired and purchased by both local and international collectors.

  • His large scale street murals cover current affairs and media topics such as politics, marriage equality, the environment, the cult of celebrity or just pictures of folk wearing cute hoodies or animal-print onesies.

Discover more at Scott Marsh’s website.

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