Scarlett collects both her imagery and her materials from her surrounding landscape. Through this process of exploration and discovery she hopes to achieve a better connection and understanding of her surrounding natural environment. Scarlett uses a combination of both constructive and destructive processes in her practice including painting, drawing scratching and burning. Working mostly with reclaimed building materials, the result is always a softening. Taking these hard, harsh, heavy objects salvaged from the landscape, and transforming them with trailing branches into something that appears serene and delicate. Finding peace in the wilds of nature and displaying not only its strength, beauty and resilience, but also its fragility. Scarlett works from her studio in Biddenden, Kent.