'I hear he's going to turn it into a hotel'
Oliver Preston's drawings are published in the UK in The Guardian, The Times, and The Independent and he is the regular cartoonist for The Field magazine. As well as an exhibition at The Fine Art Society in Bond Street, London in 1999, Preston, 44, has published numerous books. He draws for corporate commissions, and his caricatures and drawings hang in many private collections, including the George Club in London, Annabel’s and Boodles. He is chairman of the Cartoon Art Trust, and founded Britain's first Museum of Cartoon Art in London in 2006 under the patronage of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Preston, whose mother is Swiss has been coming to Gstaad since the age of four, worked on the Wasserngrat, and was married in Lauenen in 2002. He and his wife Vivien have an apartment in Saanen and live with their two young children, Amber, four, and Rex, two, in the Cotswolds, England.
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