25th December 2018, Terry sadly passed away. A very sad day for all his family, relatives and many friends.
He was Winton Senior Alumni from 1953/57
|The following from the Winton Senior Web
site at www.wintonian.org
from Class Photos, Form 3H, 1956
showing Terry Bailey 2nd from left first row. Photo at right shows Terry about 60 years old taken in
St. Mawes, Falmouth.
|He also appears in Form 1H, 1954, and Form 4H, 1957.|
|I was looking for a photo of Terry and
checked out the School Plays section and
found he was instrumental
in the Scenery construction of the following Plays:
HMS Pinafore 1954 , Iolanthe 1955, Mikado 1956 and was probably involved in the
Pirates of Penzance, 1957.
|Many thanks to Harold Heyes the following email, dated 12/28/18:
was told today, that Terry Bailey who was in our class and I knew him in
Lewis St School, died On Christmas day, his wife had died sometime
earlier in the year.
|Terry was born in Manchester, England in 1941 and attended
Lewis Street school with Harold Heyes then on to
Winton Senior School for Boys, afterwhich he
acceptance to the Manchester College of Art.
He worked freelance as an illustrator for many years then in 1970 he moved to St. Just in Roseland, Cornwall to pursue his dream in Fine Art. He combined his interest and knowledge
of boating to because a world renowned Marine Artist.
In 2001 he was picked to paint the trophy prizes for first, second and third places of the J Class Round the Island race of the Prestigious Americas Cup Jubilee which
took place in Cowes. These paintings were shown at the Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes.
In 2011 Terry was invited by the Federation of British Artists to exhibit his work at Mall Galleries in London to commemorate their 50th year exhibition "Pure Gold"
Terry's work can be seen and purchased at Palm Avenue Fine art: see firstname.lastname@example.org and web site: https://palmavenuefineart.com/
I would of course like top show some of Terry's Marine art work directly on this Web Site but it is probably copyrighted and I would not know where to start to ask permission.
However the web links above show his work very very well.
If you have any photos of Terry at school or wherever that could be useful or enhance Terry's memory on this web site please attach and email them, to me at email@example.com