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Paul Milner's work first reached a wider audience in 1995 when he was selected with other world-renowned artists, celebrities, musicians and politicians, to take part in The Prince's Trust's Mask Campaign. Paul's mask featuring a small child on the Yorkshire Coast was selected from over 500 celebrity Masks to appear on the official poster of just 20 masks, alongside Paloma Picasso, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Richard Branson, Annie Lennox and Sting amongst others. This was highly promoted in London, where it appeared throughout the city before the Mask's auction, which took place at London's Royal Festival Hall.

His work portrays timeless elegant feminine pastimes, cherished childhood memories, figures by the sea, long hot British summers, and exotic retreats in a world unhurried.
Beautifully crafted and evocative images, which capture light and ultimately, reveal a point in a story, which most people can identify with. This perhaps, provides the most valuable insight, into why Paul Milner is rapidly becoming one of Britain most sought after artists.