An open edition art print by Bernard Hoyes entitled "Siren Station" that depicts a collective of Jamaican Women standing in front of a siren station on the shore in a variety of poses. A siren station is a facility that used to alert the locals of an upcoming Hurricane.
Bernard HoyesBernard Stanley Hoyes was born in Kingston, Jamaica. From the early age of nine his mother sold his wood carvings and watercolors to visitors to the Tourist Board in Kingston to help maintain the household and support his creative efforts.
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