Stanley Bugden was one of the original members of the Gisborne Artists Society in the 50s. Stanley’s prime medium is watercolours - a medium he feels is one of the most difficult. “It’s rather like a game of chess. You have to be several moves ahead to preserve the light reflections within the painting”.
Stanley Bugden Cleft in the Rock Watercolour 689X511mm 91-53
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