How everything is

Kevin Dunkley’s two works have been the most commented upon artworks in the show. A number of visitors shared their stories with me about how the artwork below reminded them of family holiday homes, childhood holidays and even a long-held desire to own a caravan. I’ve so enjoyed having Kevin’s work in our exhibition. This artwork is a response to Richard Langston’s poem, Smoking an eel.caravanAnd now a close up look at Kevin’s second work which is his interpretation of the UK poet Michael Swan’s poem, How Everything Is.

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Both paintings waiting to be hung. waiting to be hungAnd, on the wall with the poems beneath them. We couldn’t separate these artworks, it would have been like splitting up a family.and on the wall

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