Website helps keep artist’s memory alive
A TALENTED artist has been commemorated by his daughters, who have set up a website dedicated to his paintings.
Peter Tudor, of Great Chart, died peacefully in May surrounded by his family after suffering a heart attack due to complications from being treated for lymphoma.
Angela Faulkner and Beverly Vernau created the website at www.petertudor.co.uk to both showcase his art and to raise £5,000 for Cancer Research UK by asking visitors to donate to the charity.
Mr Tudor held many exhibitions and sold his paintings across the world, from America to Russia.
A man of many talents, Mr Tudor was also a metal detectorist, a self-taught pianist, and held a black belt in karate.
His daughter Angela Faulkner said: “Life is not the same without him. He was a lovely, kind person and we all miss him terribly.”
She is now writing a book about her father to commemorate his life, with all proceeds going to Cancer Research.
Mr Tudor’s grandaughter Janine Faulkner will be doing a parachute jump at Headcorn on January 7 to raise money for Cancer Research.
Anyone who wishes to sponsor Janine should contact Angela Faulkner on 01233 639345.
Peter Tudor’s son Gregory, daughters Angela Faulkner and Beverly Vernau, wife Phyllis and great grandaughter Chanel with some of his paintings