Graham is retired but has always painted. Before he retired he used to be a draftsman and then moving into sales and surveying.
When he was much fitter and more mobile he made furniture from reclaimed wood. Stained glass was something he also loved to do, especially Tiffany lamps which were painstakingly slow to produce but were killed off by mass produced versions.
Nowadays with inspiration from seascape and street scenes (European, especially French), he paints highly original work showing architectural scenes with a modern twist in the figures. He also turns these around with modern architecture and old fashioned people.
His favoured media are acrylics, emulsion, watercolour, ink and pencils. Hence mixed media. His interesting take on life seen from a different angle is quite unique.