An artist who estimates he has spent nearly 15,000 hours over the past 20 years drawing is showing his work at Harrow Arts Centre.

Jonathan Hutchins' work is on display in an exhibition called My 20 Years in the Life Class.

The Northwood artist selected the very best of hundreds of pieces he produced in artist Cheryl Gould’s life classes at the arts centre.

As well has his life study art, he will be showing a selection of paintings that focus on the theme of man’s cruelty and inhumanity that causes suffering to women and children.

His latest painting is of a Kurdish family who travelled from the coast of France and had their boat capsize in 2020, only to be washed up to Norway on New Year’s Day, 2021.

Anyone wishing to see the artwork can visit the main gallery at Harrow Arts Centre until August 10.