This magnificent large 4' by 2' painting that was valued
by a member of the Fine Arts guild at £20000,
shows this fine Campbell's paddle steamer just passing
under Brunel's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge with
trains running either side of the gorge. Roger is
reluctant to sell this painting even though he has
had many offers, he hopes to leave it as a legacy
for his grandchildren. Some of his wildlife paintings
have been published on the front cover of a world-wide
Deer Stalking Magazine. This set of four paintings
were entitled "Seasons of the Roe Deer"
and are available as small limited edition prints.
Roger publishes his own prints of his paintings;
he now has over 80 different limited editions to choose
All of his work is on show at his home Studio in Midsomer Norton where
he paints almost every day.
Many of his works have been commissioned by people from
all over England, especially his snow scenes as they
seem to capture the very mood of winter which many
other artists seem to struggle with.
Nearly all of the artist's work has now been produced into
art card form, with text about the original painting
printed on the reverse.