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Elfrida Schragen


Lately my city has been building very high buildings at an extraordinary rate. Construction is all around, and the designs ,or lack thereof, are a common topic of conversation. I like to record my surroundings and I find there is something of the childhood memories , with all its nostalgia in seeing the large construction machines. So in honour of my childhood memories and those of my two grown boys I present to you the ubiquitous 'Machines ' or 'chines' as my boys used to call them. I hope they evoke a little something in you.

Size: 20" x 24"
Medium(s): Oil
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