Roger was a painter, poet, philosopher, lover of landscape, and supporter of people around the world in their quest for dignity.
He loved nature’s unknowable unpredictable hand on the landscape, the shifting light and trees bent down by the wind. A founder member of the North Cornwall 7, he exhibited widely with them as well as on his own.
In 2003 Roger went to Palestine as an observer for the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme (EAPPI), and subsequently gave more than 60 talks around the UK, inspiring many others to follow in his steps.
Living in the heart of Bodmin Moor, he spent much time exploring and writing about its Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments, platform cairns and view frames.
Roger’s family have decided to sell some of his paintings at affordable prices because, more than anything, Roger wanted to share his love of the world with others. At the same time they hope to raise money for Medical Aid for Palestinians, a charity close to his heart.
There will be an opening event on Friday April 1st between 6 and 9pm, with drinks, Palestinian music and film.