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Who moved my pebbles? A narrative

11 monthes ago   |   By Real Art

Oil, acrylic and pastel on paper 15" x 12" This is an ongoing narrative. It's to do with garages and mud. I think I know who moved them and I think I know why. An ankle turning hazard which I myself was prepared to risk but it's a public right of way, so ok, move my pebbles. I don't mind. Life is short. I'll find some smaller gritty ones. When I get round to it. 
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