Roger Davies paints for Huddersfield Town fans
Roger Davies creates new works for Christmas
After two sell out shows this year at the Harrison Lord Gallery, Roger Davies is on a roll.
His success as an artist comes alongside his popularity as a singer songwriter.
After what amounts to a 15 year hiatus from painting in order to prioritise his music, Roger decided to ‘take up the brush’ again this time last year: a decision he does not regret, as he explains: “My exhibitions have been so well received and it’s been such a positive experience. Many of the pictures are of local subjects that people are bound to recognise and hopefully relate to.”
Carrying on this theme has lead him to paint two new series of works which are bound to appeal to local interest.
The first is a series of paintings showing Huddersfield Town fans going off to the match.
The second is a collection of Christmas scenes depicting Brass Bands and carol singers around the tree.
Demand is sure to be high so get into the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse soon to see these new paintings.