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'Timothy Taylor's, On Its Way!' (Print) by Roger Davies

£71.00
SKU:
PRINT-ROGERDAVIES-TT
12 x 8 inches framed print by local artist Roger Davies. All orders are fulfilled externally by AC Gallery - please read the information below before purchasing.

Technical Information

  • Print
  • Image size: 12 x 8 inches
  • Framed: Black frame with antique double mount, fitted with plain glass, D-rings and cord, ready to hang on the wall

Delivery Information

Every order is fulfilled externally by AC Gallery. Please do not select Express Shipping or add a gift message at checkout as from order to dispatch lead times will vary between 14 and 28 days, but all orders will be shipped as soon as possible.

Once your order has been shipped, AC Gallery will send you a notification email.

If you would like to get in touch with them at any stage please email web@acgallery.co.uk.

Roger Davies | Artist Bio

The much loved Brighouse based singer/songwriter is now creating a stir in the art world. Roger went to art college before his singing career took centre stage for the last few years. Now he is bringing his art skills to the fore again. A graduate of Batley School of Art and the recipient of the John James Hamer Award from the Huddersfield Art Society, Roger’s pictures are inspired by his songs and his experiences as a working musician.

His work also includes artwork inspired by Peter Brook, the late Pennine Landscape Painter whom Roger befriended after writing a song about the famous local artist.

Roger considers his music and artwork to be a real labour of love: "I like to draw and paint pictures which end up looking a bit like drawings, a bit like prints and a bit like paintings all at the same time. You could say the style is quite simplistic, almost childlike and I’d agree. The artwork, like my music, is ultimately celebratory and intended to inspire, inform and entertain."

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