1949 - ?

David Spiller

David Malcolm Vere Spiller was born at 125 Girton Road, Cambridge on 6 January 1949 and baptised at Cambridge Holy Trinity on 20 June 1949, son of Josiah Lewis Spiller (11 November 1913-13 July 1986), a solicitor, and his wife Pamela Joan Spiller, née Grimwood, David was a brother to Michael Spiller. David graduated from Newcastle University and over the years worked in various roles as a teacher and examiner, spending his working life in the arts working with students of all ages. An associate member of the Ipswich Art Club 1969-1974 but seems to have only exhibited one picture, from Annesley, Great Bealings, Woodbridge, Suffolk in 1969, an untitled watercolour landscape. David married in 1974, Geraldine Blair Polkinghorn and they had two children, Zoe Alice and Stephen David, both born in London. An artist in landscape, seascape, rivers, and beaches in a range of media and together with his wife Geraldine, members of Suffolk Open Studios from Parkside, Hackney Road, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk from where he published his first collection of short stories 'Caught in the Act' in 2017.

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