David Snelgar doesn’t say much when he’s concentrating on art. But during the 10 years he has shared Bruce Maunder’s art studio the men have come to an understanding about a few important things.
Art is one of those things. For both men the art session at Bruce’s place every second Wednesday is a firm commitment.
David, 59, has autism. Art has always been central to his life, revealing the way he views the world. He covered the walls of his family home in his paintings, encouraged by his mother Hazel, who was an artist who worked in clay.