Oil, acrylic and household paint on canvas. 97 x 97cm
"Draped kitsch artificial foliage adorns this Brutalist German WW11 bunker as it floats idly within a sea of rock candy pink and white stripes (stick of rock). I grew up calling this bunker ‘The Bus Tower’ because this is what my Dad has always called it due to it’s resemblance to a 1950’s yellow American school bus. So in my childhood imagination a huge concrete school bus was parked precariously at the cliff edge over-looking the sea at ‘the top of Pleinmont’ (to coin the exact phrase)".
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