Walking into Arthur's apartment, you are greeted with original art from his early years in Paris and later. Some of the artworks are profound statements on social issues or people and places he has met and visited over 7 decades. Some of the artworks fall into their own category without much resemblance to anything else except the work of children. However, when you step back from them, a sense does appear. There is structure. There is a candidness about the work, guided by a master craftsman. Here are two oils, one from his early years and one from his later years that greet you as you enter Secunda's apartment - the second includes photography.