This series of prints is concerned with my observations and my muse on the effects of over consumption on the planet.
I'm blessed to live in North Devon, rural England, away from the 'rat race', but as the 'energy crisis' is becoming a media frenzied, heat or food, panic nation, I am utterly bemused by the ever expanding volume of cars - bigger and bigger tarmac coloured people moving machines, with increasingly single occupancy - at the same time the public transport system is in free fall to oblivion ... I waited 90 minutes for a bus that was coated with an advert ensuring a reliable 15-minute service ... as the huge empty tanks pumped diesel fumes past my face ... polar bears are now breeding with grizzlie bears, the ice caps are shrinking ...
When's the bus?
Woodcut print - edition of 50
Framed 45x45cm approx 5% to DWT
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