The Local Kollective (2/11 Jonson Street, Byron Bay) is excited to welcome Australian Graffiti artist, Scott Marsh with the launch of his opening exhibition night, Poco Blanco, this Friday at 6pm (all welcome).
Scott Marsh is one of Australia’s most iconic and infamous street artists. From tagging Sydney trains at 12 to becoming a finalist in both the Moran Portrait prize and the Archibald Prize.
With a deep history in Graffiti culture, Scott is recognised internationally for his signature, politically inspired mural pieces. His work has made news headlines globally with his iconic pieces including Kanye Loves Kanye, Saint George, Trump Obese Turtle, Merry Chrisi and A Symbol Of Pain And Frustraition.
Confronting the common perceptions around street art and Graffiti, Scott uses traditional art techniques to prove that fine art can exist and succeed beyond oil and canvas. Poco Blanco compromises nine stunning floral artworks that are spray paint, acrylic, enamel, oil pastel florals on canvas.
Australian Graffiti – Poco Blanco
Opening 6pm Friday 10th December + open business hours 11th-12th.
The Local Kollective (2/11 Jonson Street, Byron Bay)