Roy Milburn: Emotive and expressive artist.
Roy Milburn was born in the East End of London in 1934. Roy started painting as a young boy where at school his artist talent was recognised and he was awarded with a scholarship to study at Camberwell College of Arts, London. Living in the East End he took inspiration from the surrounding area and went on to work in the commercial art sector painting insignia for places such as Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Roy’s art is emotive and drawn from his memories both of London and his life experiences. He has experimented with many different mediums including oil but his preferred method now is watercolour, acrylics and pen on paper.
Roy has exhibited at Whitechapel Gallery, The Royal Society of British Artists and FLUX Exhibitions.
Now retired, Roy regularly paints continuing his life long passion of creativity.