|Jeffrey Holland and Judy Buxton unveil the new banner|
Here's some news of some excellent artwork from artist Steve Lilly who has produced many great pieces in recent years:
The Southend branch of the Sons of the Desert (the Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society), were proud to launch their new banner created by Great Barr artist Steve Lilly on Sunday 10th April 2011. Instead of their normal monthly gathering, a rather special meeting was conducted to honour the memory of Norman Wisdom.
The Saps At Sea Tent, the Southend branch of the Sons of the Desert (the Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society), were proud to launch their new banner on Sunday 10th April 2011. Instead of their normal monthly meeting featuring classic and rare film and clips of the comedy duo, the Saps had arranged a rather special meeting to honour the memory of Norman Wisdom.
|Steve Lilly Captures The Spirit Of Laurel and Hardy|
Steve's work is now becoming very collectable with many of his originals works in private collections. His order book for commissions and events is stretching into next year. He has just signed an exclusive merchandising contract with the Dad's
in Thetford. Army Museum
The official Laurel and
and the official On the Buses fan club are stocking Steve’s limited edition prints, mugs and collectors cards. He also has strong links with the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society, the Birmingham Comedy Festival and numerous other comedy related groups and fan clubs. Further a-field Steve’s rendition of Boris Karloff in the guise of Frankenstein’s Monster has the honour of a place in the official Karloff gallery run by direct descendants of the great actor. Hardy Museum
Check out Steve's full range of artwork and prints at his official website!