Jay Neugeboren - Wednesday, 14 August 2013 09:49

Dear Brian

I've seen your son Jim twice this week--Jim's director at the Clinton Residence, where my brother Robert lived for many years--and, lucky me, he told me about the wonders of your retirement: the marathons, and the painting.

The paintings are sublime!  I have looked at them much too quickly, and wish I had the real things nearer to hand--love, especially, the textures, the way light plays on rock and wood -- and your feeling for the mysteries and beauty of nature...

Also: the playfulness of your constructions (J. Cornell-like?)...

I am saving the film,b ut hope to watch that, and give myself more time with your paintings soon. 

All best


Lesley Goring - Wednesday, 14 August 2013 09:40

Hi Brian, good to know you're still painting & running. I hope you & Sue are both keeping well. I am very proud to be the owner of one of your paintings, it is very special to me. Take care, & keep up the good work. Love to you both.

Colin Bywater - Wednesday, 02 February 2011 13:50

Hello Brian

Looking at your paintings of Portland and the Isle of Purbeck really took me back to a very hot day in September last year when I and 4 friends walked 19 miles of the coast path from Lulworth to Swanage.  Really very evocative paintings.



William Fawcett - Monday, 06 June 2011 12:21

Dear Brian,
Thank you for your kind card and the privilege of exhibiting three of my paintings in the first T & C members show at Delapre.
I understand I may be eligible to apply for associate membership.
If this is my opportunity can you advise me how I can go about this please?
Kind regards to you and Sue,

James Mutton - Wednesday, 30 November 2011 20:37

I still feel I should call you Mr Mutton, even after all these years. It would appear that retirement suits you. Loving your work on Purbeck, brings back many happy memories of holidays with my family as a child.

Wishing you well