Realising that the Northern industrial scene was in decline along with it's inherent characters, and skyline, he decided to capture some of these fast disappearing aspects of the past. In doing so he 'caught' the humour and atmosphere of the Northern character both in the people and landscape. His 'trademark' beijng his version of a black cat which appears somewhere in all his pictures.
He was an internationally known artist, having exhibited his work in the U.K., Canada, U.S.A., Australia and South Africa. After a long fight against cancer throughout which he continued business as usual he died at his home in Pudsey in December 1993.
Now in the gallery framed.
King O' the Castle (£95.00 - 380mm x 580mm) Limited Edition
Mothers Pest (£85.00 - 540mm x 470mm) Limited Edition
Bargain Hunter (£85.00 - 430mm x 560mm) Limited Edition
The Red Tram (£275.00 - 590mm x 670mm) Signed Artist Proof (Very Rare)
other framed prints are also on display in the gallery