…I am selling limited edition prints of my painting of Sevenoaks, featuring some of architectural highlights of the town (see below). The edition is limited to 100 copies and half of these will be for sale by the Sevenoaks Society. £50 each, unframed. Please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Article in ‘Kent Life’, June 2020
Inspired by “Sevenoaks – A Remarkable Town”, I’ve produced this image to showcase some of the best buildings and places in the town.
With all the Coronavirus restrictions in place it looks like I’m going to be seeing a lot more of Sevenoaks over the next few weeks/months.
As part of South East Open Studios, my gallery will be open from 2-5 pm on 15 and 16 June. http://www.seos-art.org
The exhibition will focus on paintings produced for my book “Buildings of New York” and also feature some new images of Sevenoaks.
The top image is of The Vine: the first recorded game of cricket took place here in 1734.
A new exhibition opens tomorrow (Saturday 10 February 18) at the Grierson Gallery on Sevenoaks High Street. A third of the display will be devoted to a selection of my paintings of New York. All artwork is for sale, and copies of “Buildings of New York” will be available at a special exhibition discount.
This painting in acrylic, ink and collage of the Guggenheim Museum is one of twelve paintings being exhibited and available to purchase.
The original artwork for Roger’s latest book “Buildings of New York” is available to purchase now: see catalogue and email email@example.com if a painting is of interest to you.
The last chance to view the original paintings produced for Roger’s new book on the “Buildings of London” is next weekend, 18 and 19 June.
His studio is open 11.00am – 5.00 pm on Saturday and Sunday 18/19 June. Some of the paintings have sold…but many are still available to buy, prices £100 – £500.
A free copy of the book (RRP £12.95) with every painting sold.
Following the exhibition paintings will be dispersed into private art collections so this is the last chance to see all the paintings together.