Roger’s family is pleased to announce the opening of “Buildings of Kent”: an exhibition of his final paintings, and the launch of his new book bearing the same name.
Head to Grierson Galleries in Cranbrook from today, 17 September 2022, until 15 October to see 30 works, and for the opportunity to buy original pieces, limited edition prints, and books old and new by Roger.
This batch of paintings was made during the final 18 months of his life, while he underwent chemotherapy. Roger continued creating art with his usual steadfast determination.
They capture many beautiful scenes from across the county which he called home for nearly 30 years, from Knole House to the lighthouses of Dungeness.
Characterful streetscapes, seafronts and sturdy castles are all depicted in this beautiful showcase and accompanying book, priced at just £10.00.
All artist’s profits from sales of paintings, limited edition prints and books will be donated to the charity Pancreatic Cancer UK – which provided Roger, and us, so much support.
Please note that the exhibition is open from Wednesdays to Saturdays until 15 October. For more information, please head to the Grierson Galleries website here.
…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.
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.
In memory of James Middleton-Stewart, ADP Partner who very sadly passed away last year, I have done a painting (see attached) which tries to capture a fund-raising cycle trail that the practice has organised. A team of cyclists will be cycling from ADP studio-to-studio: beginning in James’ home town Sherborne, on to London, Oxford, Birmingham, Manchester and finishing seven days later in Newcastle. I am doing the London to Oxford leg on Bank Holiday Monday 26 May.
My painting will be auctioned, and all the fund-raising is towards the Marudyan Society. James was instrumental in establishing links with this organisation which provides education to needy children in Gurguan, India. Our aim is to raise £15,000 – enough to build a school for 150 children.
If you would like to support this worthy cause please go to: