Paulton-based artist Carl Johnson is currently exhibiting a selection of his oil pastels and prints at an exhibition at The Theatre Royal in Bath.
Carl, 62, is a member of Radstock’s Old Bakery Artists and has spent a lifetime working on his craft, having starting as a child before becoming an art teacher in later life.
A specialist in the human form and architectural interiors Mr Johnson has recently been focusing on building up a selection of art work depicting local buildings including Wells Cathedral and Bath’s Roman Baths.
He said: “I have really enjoyed drawing the Roman Baths as the colours in there are so unusual.
“When I looked back at my pictures I thought is it really that green?
“The floor slabs are also very unusual especially in the dark when they have a beautiful purple sheen.”
Carl has had his work exhibited at a selection of prestigious galleries across the globe including the National Print Exhibition in London, the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Sudwest LB Drunkgrafic in Germany and Cuprum Print Biennale in Poland.
The exhibition opened last week and will run until Wednesday, September 2.