Capturing the real-life stories of soldiers during World War One, Scarlett Raven and Marc Marot’s augmented reality project has touched hearts around the world since July 2016. Beneath the textured artworks are layers of animation, music, poetry and narration by stars like Sean Bean and Christopher Eccleston.
Whilst painting, Scarlett covers her hands in oil pigment and gently feels her way around the surface. She adds: “The paint is then thrown on, splattered and flicked. When it lands, it captures the movement of flowers blowing in the wind.”
This piece features poetry by Winifred Mary Letts that has been narrated by the TV actress Charlotte Riley. It will be exhibited at the National Army Museum until 5th January 2020.
Media: Oil, Paintings
Subjects: Landscapes, Florals, Places
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