Pauline and Howard built a studio in Baugé, Maine et Loire, France, where they spend a third of their time. Robin’s work continued to be published and exhibited extensively. Go to his website for more information and contact details: www.robingrierson.com
Oscar continued with the ‘club dance’ paintings and was artist-in-residence at the Sussex Beacon, a centre for people suffering from AIDS, and the East London AIDS network. He undertook major site-specific art works at Frimley Park Hospital, Hampshire. He researched and documented the whole process.
In 2007, on the birth of his daughter Rosabella, he started to divide his time between London and Vienna, Austria.
In France, Pauline moved her attention to sculpture. Howard made many large, mixed media assemblages and paintings. They became members of Les Arts à la Campagne. Along with Oscar, they took part in a large international show on the subject of drawing at La Flèche, Sarthe.
To celebrate Glory’s ninetieth birthday, an exhibition was mounted in 2005 of all her crochet work at the Harvey Road Gallery, Guildford, Surrey. She died in 2009.
Howard suffered a serious stroke in 2009 whilst in the midst of mounting a major show of his work at Creative Response, Farnham. He has recovered sufficiently to be able to go on working.