Perry Fletcher has a reputation as one of the world’s finest engravers. A Vietnam veteran who served between 1967 and 1969, Fletcher spent five years creating the masterpiece The Last Supper, 1970-76, upon his return. The massive panel will be on display at the MPRG to acknowledge the contribution of returned veterans in more recent wars.

The multi-talented Fletcher is also a talented and accomplished painter, poet and has create hundreds of pieces from impressionist masterpieces, interpretation of Van Gogh and Monet a small selection of his paintings can be viewed in Oak Hill Gallery for the month of May.

Perry Fletcher’s Exhibition at Oak Hill Gallery May 1st – 31st 70 – A Journey So Far – Highlighting Diversity presents a life-time’s work. From “The Last Supper” engraving, etchings on glass, precious metals, to a great diversity of paintings and poetry. Visit Perry’s website to see more from this amazing Artist.  This exhibition is truly a celebration.

Please join us for the opening Sunday May 1st. All welcome.  For more information see attached information sheet.

Information Sheet