ACRYLIC AND OIL ON PAPER
30 X 30 CM
The sun is blazing and the sky is blue, umbrellas clothes the beach in every hue.
Naked, you trot across the avenue. Oh never have I seen a dog so bare. Naked and pink, without a single hair. Startled, the passerby draw back and stare. Of course they are mortally afraid of rabies. You are not mad; you have a case of scabies but look intelligent. Where are your babies? (a nursing mother, by those hanging tits).
In the exhibition HUWMAN BANGBANG AND KAGI, with H.J huwman and Kaspar Kagi
12 - 27 February 2016
15 Randle St, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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