Graham's paintings are mostly inspired by the unique landscape and architecture of East Sussex.
Famous local landmarks, neglected Oasts, ancient churches, the humblest of cottages and sheds...all are depicted meticulously predominantly using layer upon layer of carefully stippled acrylic paint on board.
Little is overlooked: roadside telephone boxes, post boxes and all forms of signage have an important role to play in his compositions, resulting in a stylised realism or 'unnatural perfection' for which his paintings have become well known.
Graham's passion for architecture has led to many commissions for house portraits, and also for such iconic buildings as York Minster, Batemans, Gisborough Priory and Belle Tout Lighthouse. All are portrayed with the same attention to detail that has become such a recognisable feature of his work.