A retrospective exhibition of watercolour paintings by a renowned High Wycombe artist who sadly passed away will go on show this weekend.

Don Currell, who lived in High Wycombe and went to RGS as a youngster, passed away four years ago from Parkinsons Disease.

The avid painter created stunning artwork from scenes around the Chilterns, but never got a chance to show off his work.

Now, his family are organising two exhibitions, one in West Wycombe this weekend from 11am to 5pm and another display in Cookham next month.

All profits from this weekend's exhibition in The Church Rooms in High Street will go to Parkinson's UK.

His daughter Sophie said: “He was a very respected artist and he was a very creative person. It was very cruel that he developed the disease, but he carried on painting up until the very last moment he could.”

The exhibition, which runs on Saturday and Sunday, will be free, but Mr Currell’s works will be available to buy.