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Lost in Stroud

© the artist. Photo credit: The Stroud District (Cowle) Museum Trust Collection

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This artwork was initially created in 2016 for an art show by a group of artists called 'Staff Only' exhibited in a disused shop on Stroud High Street. It shows the Google Maps symbol near the centre of the painting and was originally titled 'Be Here Now'. The painting was revisited by the artist in 2018 using spray and gloss paint to create an abstract mask and re-titled 'Lost in Stroud'. It was exhibited as part of the Stroud Site Festival in 2019.

The Museum in the Park



Lost in Stroud




oil, gloss & spray on board (?)


H 90 x W 100 cm

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Mixed media & collage


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The Museum in the Park

Stratford Park, Stratford Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4AF England

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