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Francis Scott

Francis Scott
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I find value in recording and playing with themes that exist in the everyday. People, places and situations find their way into my personal work; I've always sought to observe and reflect the current state of things. I do this through drawing and note taking which act as the main vehicle for creative output. Drawing allows my process to evolve through immediacy and spontaneity; journal keeping and intuitive scrawls also empower my creative decisions in a commercial context. Much of my current work is exploring handcraft processes and self-publication. Even when working digitally I attempt to retain a sense of the aura of handmade things; my work often hybridises traditional media with new technologies and their great potential.
Education

2017 -
Illustration BA (HONS) Edinburgh College of Art
( University of Edinburgh)

2014-
Art & Design Foundation
Wyke Sixth Form College
Hull

Exhibitions

2016-
'MoonLanding: An Exhibition' (Edinburgh)
Exhibiting Artist

2015-
Unknown Collective: UC2, 'Inside/ Out' (Hull)
Exhibiting Artist & Curator
Garden
  • Francis Scott
  • Garden
Staffa, risograph self publication
  • Francis Scott
  • Staffa, risograph self publication
Journal keeping
  • Francis Scott
  • Journal keeping
Photographic texture experiment, found imagery, scanner and digital manipulation
  • Francis Scott
  • Photographic texture experiment, found imagery, scanner and digital manipulation
Moiré
  • Francis Scott
  • MoirĂ©

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