I came across an old toy, probably made about 1920 by a young girl for her toddler brother. A wire form is covered with fine strips of cotton, with soft coloured wool yarn wound over the top. It looks as though it has been loved to bits, and the years and moths have certainly taken their toll on the woollen yarn. This battered toy inspired a group of three monoprints, a medium to which I was introduced at Art School in the late 1970s.
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