Studio opposite, 30 Wilton Way, E8 3EE
Dr Shirley Sherwood, who holds a number of Bryan Poole’s works in her renowned collection, wrote:
Bryan’s work is outstanding in a number of ways beyond his reintroduction of painstaking printing techniques pioneered by Redouté.
These are vigorous powerful works with a fascinating scientific underlay…
His distinctive designs combine meticulous observation and attention to detail with an ability to create striking pictures, both bold, memorable and brilliantly executed.
Bryan was a Royal Horticultural Society Gold Medal winner and a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE). His work is held in major galleries worldwide including the Natural History Museum in London.
His widow Diana and daughter Helena will be available to show and discuss Bryan’s works and many of his prints are still available for sale.
Helena is also creating modern ceramic pieces on which she draws classical art and will have a small selection available. (Instagram: @poole_ceramics)
Bryan’s studio was once an air raid shelter and is right on the street diagonally opposite 30 Wilton Way. Bryan had an extremely gregarious personality and in the very recent past he relished literally working on the street with his studio door always open.
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