Enquiries – or comments – about any aspect of Geoff Archer’s work, including his writing, are welcomed.

Every effort will be made to reply promptly to questions.

He can be contacted at

Geoff Archer’s exhibition featuring paintings of ‘Old Car City’, scheduled to be held at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery from 5 December 2020 until 20 March 2021, unfortunately never happened because of the closure of the museum due to the pandemic. Another exhibition on the same theme has been scheduled at the same venue from 15 October to 10 December 2022.

The painting, 'Ford Fairlane' features in the Three Counties Open Art Exhibition at Burslem School of Art, Stoke-on-Trent, from 30 July until 30 August 2022.



Many of the works shown here are for sale. Prices range from less than £100 for framed watercolours up to £2000 for the largest oils. If interested in purchasing artwork please enquire for prices.

Giclée prints (unmounted & unframed) are also available of any of the oil paintings in the Old Car City section of this website, priced £75 (including postage*) for A2 sized prints, and £40 (including postage*) for A3 sized prints.


'The Glorious Dead' can be purchased from the author, priced £20 (including postage*).

'Public Sculpture in Britain', priced £30, is available on Amazon or can be purchased from Frontier Publishing at

'Not Forgotten', priced £7 (including postage*) can be purchased from the author.

A 46 page, 25 x 18 cm catalogue, 'Geoff Archer: Recent Paintings', with full page colour illustrations of 39 'Old Car City' paintings, plus an essay by the artist discussing his style and approach, is available, priced £6 (including postage*).

'Geoff Archer: Rocks', a 78 page full colour 25 x 18 cm book, with illustrations of 101 rock paintings and 39 drawings, is also available to buy, priced £6 (including postage*).

The 2 books - 'Recent Paintings' and 'Rocks' - can be purchased together for £10 (including postage*).

To purchase books or order prints, please contact the artist at

NB * For postage outside the UK extra charges may apply. Please enquire for details.


‘Self Portrait’

Computer drawing (with apologies to Chuck Close)