Spitfire Girls by Stephen Farley

Spitfire Girls by Stephen Farley
Spitfire Girls by Stephen Farley

'Celebrating the female factory workers of WW2 - one of whom assembled me too. Most of the Supermarine Spitfires produced during the entire war came from the Castle Bromwich works, drawing sustained hostile attention from the opposition. My Mom worked on the left aileron so the wing roundel always reminds me of her. Spitfire Girls has engraved intaglios inlaid with resin decals creating a sumptuously tactile effect. The signature spurt motif remains empty as I miss her'.

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Spitfire Girls by Stephen Farley
Spitfire Girls by Stephen Farley
Spitfire Girls by Stephen Farley