1946 - ?

Bill Haward

William Haward, was born in the Deben district of Suffolk in 1946, son of Birkin Haward [q.v.] and his wife Muriel A. née Wright (1913-1956), who married at Holborn, London in 1936, a family where drawing and painting were regular activities. His father, Birkin Haward was an architect, painter and antiquarian and his mother Muriel was also a fine draughtsman and taught textile design at Ipswich Art School. Bill studied architecture at the Architectural Association and at the University of North London and worked at Johns Slater & Haward; Ipswich Borough Council; MWT Architects Ltd; Driver Prior Theabald and at WPP Architects Ltd., and designed and supervised housing, schools, nurseries and community buildings. Bill retired in 2015 and has since focused on his artwork. Bill uses drawing to define the form and space of buildings and landscape, mainly with pencil and pen, he also works in collage and watercolour with the East Suffolk coast with itís nearby unspoilt landscape and townscape providing stimulating subjects. Some images have colour washes or collage added with historic locations and coastal scenes predominating. He married at Ipswich in 1978, Diane M. Wormall and has two children. A member of Suffolk Open Studios and exhibited at Old Dairy Studios, Hungate Lane, Beccles, Suffolk; Norwich Theatre Royal and at both Halesworth Cut Gallery and the Aldeburgh Gallery, Suffolk. The author of 'Chasing Dragons' and 'Badbehaviour', he has his studio at Old Dairy Studios, 14 Evans Close, Reydon, Suffolk. www.billhaward.com

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