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Writing on the Wall by Alison Pearce

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Oil pastels, acrylics and pencils on Hunter’s acid free paper.
Symbolic representation of a wall that has both a symbolic mural and seemingly random graffiti. Graffiti art has become prominent in the art world, but it is always the random questions and phrases on the wall that draw my attention. It has been that way for since childhood when our travels fromone side of the city to the other would take us across a bridge where underneath I could see the words “Who Made This War?” sprayed in large red letters along the walls of the culvert beneath.
Nobody answered.
So now I ask, “Who writes these questions on the wall and do they ever get an answer?”


alison pearce, city wall, graffiti, brisbane, mural, symbolism

Logan based writer, poet and artist. I seek with the pen and the brush. I think and it rolls out into words or strokes. I believe my writing should paint a picture and that my art should tell a story. I’m an uncomplicated woman in a very complicated way.

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  • © Janis Zroback
    © Janis Zrobackabout 2 years ago

    Missed this too….I really like the idea of the graffiti…

  • Thanks Janis :)

    – Alison Pearce

  • Zolton
    Zoltonabout 2 years ago

    so good… love it

  • Thanks Zo :)

    – Alison Pearce

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