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Mackenzie Thorpe
Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about his childhood. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the strength of individual characters, the warmth and humour that flourished in the face of adversity, in the most unlikely of settings. He has also not forgotten the loneliness and isolation, the fear and the darkness that was ever present, waiting it seemed in every shadow. The vivid reality of these barely faded memories is apparent in some of Mackenzie’s works. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age, he would seek out and create with whatever raw materials he could find. Life for most people was about struggle and survival. Mackenzie’s driving force was always to draw. He did not, could not, question this need. It is a need that remains with him today.
The Boy that didn't get a Ticket
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£1,995
So Much Love
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£1,495
The Seeds of Love
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£1,395
Maximum Break
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£550
He Must Sleep in Them Boots
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£275
The Office
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£795
Where has all the beer gone?
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£260
In a Peaceful World
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£795
Don't Let them Down
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£2,000
The Champion
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£695
Mates
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£450
The Keeper
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£295
In the Crowd
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£450
In and Out of Work
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£250
A Goal in Winter
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£195
Walking in the Rain
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£350
Mrs Can we Have our Ball Back?
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£275
The A Team
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£175
Game on the Street
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£285