Scarlett Raven is a 28 year old British artist living in England. With a degree in Art from Central Saint Martins, she is one of the youngest artists to have had a solo exhibition in London’s esteemed Cork Street Galleries, entitled 'Seascape', in 2008, the exhibition attracted media and collectors attention. Since graduating in 2009, Scarlett has participated in a number of group shows across London, and enjoyed another two successful solo shows: 'Paint' in Hackney’s Printhouse gallery in 2010 and 'Flight' in 2012, again on Cork Street. Scarlett's latest solo exhibition "The Eleventh Hour" is in Mayfair on Bruton Street at the Castle Gallery. She has teamed up with the British Royal Legion to emphasise the importance of remembrance during the centenary and the magical symbolism of the poppy.
“Introducing a Van Gogh in the making.” ES Magazine
Scarlett has been involved in a number of public projects, such as recently creating the cover for fundraising record, The Beautiful Game, released for Prince Harry’s Sentebale charity, and a painting for the Live Nations entrance, located on Oxford Street, London in 2007. Her relationship with oil paint also saw her feature in the Cass Art, Paint This Town print campaign which was launched twice across the UK. The campaign showcased Scarlett, her overalls, her website and Winsor and Newton’s new 200ml oil colour.
“London’s New Stars” Tatler
Scarlett’s love of music has seen her collaborate with a variety of musical talents, including designing album artwork for Roxy Music’s Andy Mackay and Paul Thompson’s new band, The Metaphors, David Saw’s solo album Broken Down, and Wiredaisies.
Scarlett has enjoyed international critical acclaim including the Indian Times, Daily Mail, ES magazine, Creative Review, Modern Painters, Tate Magazine, Tatler, Time Out, La Mode, and Life Magazine. Popular acclaim is worldwide, with collectors in the UK, Dubai, Miami and Texas, and a number of high profile supporters such as Lord Jonathan Marland (Tory Party Treasure), Duffy, Take That, Roxy Music, Orlando Bloom, Jim Beach (Queen manager), Clare Francis (British Yachtswoman & bestselling novelist), David Lenigas (Chairman of Lonrho) and Paul Latham (Chairman of LIVE NATION).
Photograph by Chris Holmes