The Bus Tower

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Snell was born in Guernsey and completed her BA in Fine Art at the University of Sunderland and her MA at Central Saint Martins. Her work spans a broad variety of media, from drawing and painting to photography, sculpture and installation. Snell is particularly fascinated by the World War II fortifications dotted around Guernsey’s coastline. Although born almost thirty years after the German troops left the island, Snell is drawn to these structures left behind after the Occupation. The aggressive images of German Bunkers and Batteries are mixed with the contrasting memories of childhood.

Guernsey Museum & Art Gallery

St Peter Port


The Bus Tower




oil on canvas


H 39 x W 69 cm

Accession number

GUEMG : GMAG 2009.216

Acquisition method

purchased with the assistance of the Wilfred Carey Purchase Fund, 2009

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