Sunny Scott’s beautiful exhibition will close next Wednesday.
These works are a combination of two destinations where Sunny divides her time –the sea and the High Country.
The ships are motifs which keep appearing in her work – because of the family history of seafarers and seeing the passing sea traffic of cargo ships as they make their way to and fro across the Bay. Their monolithic sculptural forms and the paradoxical transformation from being a seemingly indestructible edifice to a tiny, vulnerable speck on a vast ocean.
Sunny’s other love is East Gippsland where she escapes to the quiet and isolation, when it’s time to be grounded, recharge the creative batteries and be inspired by the beauty of the land.