A journey from degree show to exhibition, and a (postponed) celebration at the Left Bank Village
Roger’s final piece for his Fine Art Degree Show at HCA in 2018, entitled ‘Lost EL Dorado Found’ was displayed at The Left Bank Village in Hereford on Graduation Day.
Karen and Gary Waring, the owners of The Left Bank, later asked Roger to put up more of his abstract work as part of a refurbishment and general brightening of the Main Building and its 4 floors.
The last picture was successfully hung during the early part of 2020 and preparations for a Private View and Party began – these would probably be, under normal circumstances, taking place about now, in May.
So, for Roger, this is something of a bitter-sweet moment. Although everyone is delighted that his 27 individual canvasses are now up on view both as individual and collections of pieces, the COVID-19 crisis has postponed his ability to celebrate the consistent amount of work put in by many people with a Grand Opening and to mark this tremendous achievement.
However, Roger is undaunted, and confident at some point that his paintings will be able to be seen and appreciated by the general public.
Roger is currently curating an archival collection of his photographs. These include images of vibrant and showy naturalized double tulips from Little Hadnock Farm in Monmouth.
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