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Sky in the Pie No. 2 (Mcgough)

© the artist. Photo credit: Southampton Solent University

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Rhian Watkins describes her work: "The images illustrate Nonsense/Humorous poems written by genius comedian poets such as Roger McGough, Michael Rosen and Jack Prelutsky. I liked the fact that, although these poems were ideal reading for children, adults could also appreciate the creativity, eccentricity, and most of all, humour, which was present in them. I wanted to capture the qualities that these poems had."

Southampton Solent University



Sky in the Pie No. 2 (Mcgough)




acrylic on acetate


H 29 x W 39 cm

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purchased from the artist, 2004

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