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Trai Hiscock
 

Trai’s paintings are characterised by her love of animals and her slightly warped but affectionate sense of humour. She shares her home with her long-suffering husband John, a 1950s Wolsley and a varying number of dogs. We see her dogs in many of her paintings. John has proved an elusive subject but we have great hopes for the Wolsley. 

The Dorset countryside and coast form the backdrop to many of Trai’s paintings as do well known landmarks, for example, the Square and Compass. These scenes have a slightly eccentric population, ranging from naked vicars and policemen to distraught children and affectionate retired couples. What they have in common is that as well as finding humour in her character’s predicaments Trai explores relationships and unlikely juxtapositions in a way that is almost a playful reference to the Surrealists who painted in and around Swanage in the inter-war years


 
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