He'd been visiting Budleigh for many years with his wife Audrey on holiday. With his retirement and their move to the town in 1988 things really took off. His first picture was of the house in
Local traders were quick to commission pieces by him as a record of their businesses, and his work is now recognised as an important archive of Budleigh's architectural heritage. Working first on paper in pencil he then goes on to produce a version in watercolour. He also paints private houses.
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