We were sad to know one of life’s gentle and thoughtful people had passed. Wykeham has been a good friend for many years. He worked for us for awhile as well playing tennis with Graeme. We always loved his company, his humour and care. Our house is full of his lovely paintings which for us, captured our beautiful environment with feeling.
We will miss him.
Kevin and Margaret Stewart on 6 May, 2021 at 11:54am
The world has lost a truly remarkable gentleman & it's Heaven's gain! Wykeham's Walk at the Eildon Golf Club, concreting, septic work he helped us with at our house, his quietly spoken ways & his beautiful art works are such a testament to a wonderfully gifted man. Our sincerest condolences to his family, apologies Wilma, for not getting that spouting fixed! In the folds of angels wings, in God's care.
Ann McCormack on 3 May, 2021 at 12:16pm
Wykeham was appreciated both for his artistic accomplishments and generosity. Rotary Art Shows introduced me to Wykeham’s paintings.
I bought my ‘Wykeham Perry’ at an auction raising money for the Alex Hospital. Looking at it also brings to mind other works of his that I enjoyed. When he exhibited locally, his paintings always stood out and were often the first to get the red sticker!