Tom Barrett was born in Norwich in 1936. He studied at Norwich School of Art and Reading University. He later taught on the Fine Art course at Reading and was Visiting Examiner at colleges of Art across the UK. Barrett has exhibited widely; London venues include The Hayward Gallery and Royal Academy. He lives in Dorset.
Robin Rae was born in London in 1928. He studied at Ealing School of Art and The Royal College. Later he taught at Edinburgh College of Art & Liverpool College of Art. Rae retired from teaching in 1970 and moved to Dorset where he ran a screen printing business. He has exhibited extensively and his work is in the collection of the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
Robert Organ was born in 1933. He studied at the West of England College of Art and the Slade School in London where he became a Slade Scholar. He taught for a time at Falmouth School of Art but left in 1970 to combine his painting with work in contemporary architecture. He taught art and architecture in several university departments and those designs, carried through to fruition gained much attention in books and articles. In 1978 he became artist in residence at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.
He has exhibited widely and his works are in many public and private collections.
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