Artwork Description

Acrylic on paper

Signed on the front.

I'm pretty sure UB40's Rat was a political metaphor.

OR WAS IT ? !

Imagine one day coming home to find this darkly unsavoury character peering through the curtains at you as you walk up your garden path. What might be in his hands? A rolling pin? A meat cleaver?

What do YOU think led to the conception of Raat In Me Kitchun?

Little can be added in words about this painting; as usual the picture is worth 1000 of them. But note the quaint cottage alluded to, the vintage decor, the "Caribbean" colour scheme, the jaunty demeanour of a monster inside this kitchen-from-hell!

If you find a rat in the kitchen, you'd better FIX THAT RAT to your wall.

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Medium

Acrylic with some ink work on 300 gsm art paper, finished with a matt varnish.

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