freehand and painted in water based oils
Kevin has always admired the look of the Standard BR Locomotives designed by Mr R A Riddles in the 1950s and this has inspired him, the railway artist, to create a scene where Standard Class 4 no 76077 simmers in Toddington Railway Station at its home on the GWSR during early evening after recent rain in late Autumn.
A father has collected his son from school , who are both steam enthusiasts, and they have come to the station to witness this historic event.
Toddington Standard Locomotive Ltd (TSLL) and volunteers are doing a great job with the locomotives restoration and Kevin would like to support them as a Railway artist by promoting his image.
Giclee prints are available to purchase at just £60 each.
10% from each sale of any proceeds to be donated to the
Romance of Steam
© Kevin Alun Parrish GRA 2022
Kevin exhibits with the Guild of Railway Artists
Preview is on Saturday 9th April 2022. 12.30 to 14.00
Commissioned to paint a group portrait of the winning Ryder Cup team, namely Europe at Valderrama in 1997.
© Kevin Alun Parrish 2000
(freehand and painted in water based oils)
It is rush hour in Trafalgar Square London during the 1960s.
See PRESS feature in Warwickshire Totally Media magazine UK. May 2008 ‘Vanishing World Exhibition 2008’
poster used to advertise exhibition
Vanishing World Exhibition Review
Some art lovers who came to see my Vanishing World Exhibition at Warwick Studios Lounge Gallery in 2008
Warwick Studios Lounge Gallery Leamington Spa in 2008
Vanishing World Exhibition 2008
Kevin Alun Parrish © 2008