Natural Pigment Pyrography





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Uploaded on Mar 6, 2008

With limited research and extensive experimentation, Scott behaves like an obsessed scientist on a quest for new pigment properties.
He powders local coloured stones in a coffee grinder to form a palette of ochres. Recently, he dry-fried ochre found on a riverbed and discovered a unique burnt umber, a pigment used on some of his latest works on paper.

Scott boils barks, leaves and mosses to leach organic dyes.
He crushes native berries to produce a surprising array of watery washes and grinds and boils sap to form thick syrups and diluted tints.
Even the kitchen plays a small role in his work, with beetroot juice and coffee washes featuring in some of his latest pieces.

Fine Art Gallery & The Gallery Restaurant
98 Lurline Street, Katoomba NSW Australia
Phone: +(612) 4782 1220


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