Roy Lang from Truro, Cornwall won the 'Artist of the Year 2002' competition sponsored by the SAA, The Society of Art for All, for his painting titled Solomon Browne's Penultimate Light, a tribute to the crew of the Penlee Lifeboat and her crew who perished on the 19th December 1981. The Lifeboat crew were attempting a courageous rescue in hurricane force winds of the crew and passengers of the Union Star under the cliffs near Lamorna Cove, Cornwall.

Lang exhibits his works through a network of linked galleries, both on-line and in galleries around the country.


Painting in acrylics and oil, primarily seascapes and water.

works and access

 Works incl:  Storm Brewing; Moonlight Before Storm; (Capstan Gallery)


Not the Turner Prize - selected exhibitor


SAA, The Society of Art for All: Professional Associate Member

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