Imposter

The pack mentality (be that in dogs or people) can result in fear or aggression when met with difference. This painting is varnished acrylic on mdf mounted on painted wood with tacks.

First shown at the ‘Downtothebone’ exhibition at ONCA Gallery in 2013. Other exhibiting artists included: Polly Morgan, Rob Ryan, David Lloyd and Zachary Walsh.

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