Scorched Earth: / skawrch / / skɔːtʃ / [verb] char, blister. excoriate, condemn. to burn or become burnt, so as to affect the colour, taste, etc, or to cause or feel pain. to wither or parch or cause to wither from exposure to heat. / urth / [noun] the surface of this planet: the solid matter of this planet; dry land; ground. soil and dirt, as distinguished from rock and sand; the softer part of the land.
Fire is the main medium used in Scorched Earth. Recycled wood, paint and other finishing materials are set on fire using acetone, gasoline, and varnish. Compressed air, water and tinted resin control the various differences in each piece created. Five percent of all art sales from this style go to preserving our environment.