There is a great deal to say about these artists and their work and I am just not up to summarizing a press release. It would only come out gobbldeygook.
The work below, by Bangsted, is Last of the Dreadnoughts and it takes inspiration from how, during World War I, large ships were painted in ways to confuse the enemy--visually. It was also done in World War II but from what I recall reading it was not as extensive. Abstract artwork done to confound submarine attacks. This photo is not trying to be historically accurate but is a representation.
The work above is Wall's Rear, 304 E. 25 Ave., May 20, 1.14 & 1.17 P.M. which is Wall's most iconic work. It shows a woman standing under a wooden patio. The piece begs for a backstory. It is like a frame from a movie by a master filmmaker.