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Arson attack on North Street Arcade, 2004. Cathedral Quarter, Belfast.
Framed prints available.
Cathedral Quarter, Central Belfast.
High Street, Belfast
The Club Orchid, a well known bar, restaurant and Nite Spot at the corner of Castle/ King Street.Surrounded by the approaching scaffolding. Now The Ibis Hotel.
Taxi Office. King Street
"BEST TOWNSCAPE" Award winner. Ulster Watercolour Society. 2011.
Iconic graffitti that was in Union Street.
Limited edition prints available.
Limited edition prints available to order.
St Annes Cathedral, Belfast.
Limited edition prints still available.
Cathedral Quarter, Belfast, before development. Now the site of Writers Square.
Belfast City Coat of Arms.
Assembly Rooms, Waring Street.
The Blackthorn. Before demolition to make way for Writers Square, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast. A place I used to frequent. A haven for journalists and others during the Troubles.
At The Duke of York. Cathedral Quarter, Belfast.
Old Smithfield area. Limited Edition Prints still available.
Selected for Royal Ulster Academy, 2008.
Winner of "Best Watercolour" Award at Royal Ulster Academy, 2010,
Limited Edition Prints still available.
Prints still available
The Crown Liquor Saloon. Limiter Edition Prints still available.
Pottingers Entry circa 2004.
Miss Morans famous tobacco shop. Circa 2004.
Prints Still Available.
The Four Corners" building , Waring Street, circa 2005.
Now a Premier Inn Hotel.
Prints still available
The old bandstand in Arthur Square, before redevelopment. The "Onion Rings" sculpture is now at this spot.
This is now The Premier Inn on Waring Street. Cathedral Quarter, Belfast.
This little house near The Cathedral Quarter was demolished to make way for The Mac (Metropolitan Arts Centre). Which now sits directly on top of it!
Exchange Place, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast. Prints also available.
Found in Donegall Street Place, behind The John Hewitt Bar...
Ever changing artworks in Ann Street underpass.
A building recently demolished by developers. It could have been restored.
Nature triumphs, temporarily, in Garfield Street, off Royal Avenue.
Hi. Met you years ago. Used to part of zero restaurant if you remember that. I bought one of your drawings. I am interested in getting a painting of our old family business Telstar on Shore Rd. it is now demolished but I have some photos. Just need to get a sense of how much it would cost. Cheers
Hi Ivan. I would be very interested in seeing your photos, and the picture you have from all those years ago. I DO do commissions, so long as the subject is of interest to me.
Please send me a private message, by email or Facebook, and we will attempt to meet somewhere soon. Thanks. Stephen