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Street scene at Central Park with horse carts

London Taxi Cab at Haymarket at night

New York street scene with Fire Engines

Traffic chaos in New York City

Capitol Hill, Washington DC

Canada square at Canary Wharf

Jerusalem gains perspective


So we're officially on the map or shall we say, we've officially been mapped. Jerusalem has been drawn from above by renowned British artist (and possible superhuman) Stephen Wiltshire, putting us in such company as Tokyo, New York and London. In an interview with Yediot Aharonot, Wiltshire noted, `Jerusalem was the hardest city I've ever encountered to draw. There are many tiny details that are without architectural order or reason.` But instead of taking it to heart, Wiltshire took our holy city's inherent sprawling madness as a `big challenge` and the results are breathtaking.


During his intensive three days of drawing, Wiltshire left the municipality for scheduled visits related to advocacy and activities for autistic children. He visited schools and programs supported by Jerusalem's welfare and social services unit as well as visited a children's activity center in East Jerusalem. Wiltshire also participated in a general rehearsal of a theater group of autistic individuals the first of its kind in Israel. (Jeruselamite - The Jerusalem Culture Guide)

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Manhattan Skyline 1988


`It was Stephen's first flight and I was wondering how he would react to a seven hour journey to New York. He listened to the rock music on his headset and as the runway fell away he looked out of the window and said one word: 'Wow!'.

I knew then that he was going to enjoy the trip. He proved to be a charming travelling companion. He talked with the cabin crew and other passengers, showing his book of Drawings around as we flew. He was invited to sit in the 'jump seat' for the landing in New York and realised a dream - 'I am being the pilot of the jumbo jet and I can see the skyscrapers and the Manhattan Skyline.'

We flew in a helicopter around the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty and over Brooklyn Bridge at three hundred feet. Stephen was thrilled to see it all.` (Excerpt from Cities (Dent, 1989) by Chris Marris)

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Stephen opens Art House


Stephen and TONY HART will be opening Art House at Cathedral School London SE1 on the 19th of June. Art House is an art gallery with a variety of small spaces which has a particular focus on contemporary and experimental art. Children from Cathedral School often use the studio space for classes and visit the exhibitions. > MORE NEWS

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New prints available

Several new prints are now available for sale on the website. Among them 'Old Bond Street', 'Bridge of Sighs' and 'Windsor Castle'. > VIEW

Our charity work


This month we were pleased to donate works to ART NOW FOR AUTISM US to raise funds for research about Autism and BIMPE APPEAL to raise funds for Bimpe's new wheelchair.
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