This is probably the very first time that an extremely significant early work has come up on the market. Notre Dame - produced in 1988 during Stephen`s European Tour and featured in his second book Cities on page 16 - is a second to none example of his early, innocent style. The work is privately owned and is now displayed at Stephen`s London Gallery available for sale for a limited period. (Mar 2008)
Stephen appeared on ABC News Good Morning America on the 13th of February 2008. Stephen wowed the viewers with a quick sketch of Piccadilly Circus after a 10 minutes glimpse of the landmark. Stephen has also been named as Person of The Week on ABC World News with Charles Gibson. Nick Watt and Olivia Sterns reports. Click to watch the video (Feb 2008)
Stephen`s most recent show was held in Madrid between 4th and 8th of February 2008 at the Palacio de Deportes, a newly reconstructed modern venue with a capacity of 16,000 spectators. Click to watch the video. (Feb 2008)
Japan`s leading English language newspaper - managed by The Yomiuri Shimbun which has the largest circulation of any newspaper in Japan - has published Stephen`s astonishing masterpiece of the Tokyo Panorama in its January issue in over 10 million copies. (Jan 2008)
Following the quick sell-out of Stephens 2008 Calendar the 13 pages selection of recent works are available again. Order your copy now! (Dec 2007)
Autism2007, the third online world conference to run within the AWARES conference centre, hosted by Autism Cymru, Wales` National Charity for Autism. This year, the conference has been kindly part-sponsored by Autism Speaks UK. Autism2007 gives you direct access to experts from all over the world. (Nov 2007)
The hand painted Gibson Guitar titled London Rocks by Stephen Wiltshire will be auctioned off at the O2 on the 20th of November 2007. The guitar has also been signed by Paul Weller, Katherine Jenkins, TV Presenter Kate Thornton, Paolo Nutini, The Feeling and John Legend. Place your bid now! (Nov 2007)
Stephen has been commissioned to draw the interior of St Pancras International to celebrate the grand opening of the new station. St Pancras will eventually be five stations in one - housing Eurostar, high-speed services to Kent, Midland Mainline, Thameslink and six Tube lines. (Nov 2007)
Kaleidoscope is the first centre of its kind in England to provide a comprehensive range of integrated services for children and young people. These services cover everything from physiotherapy to child protection. Watch Stephens and Emilys speech. (Nov 2007)
Stephen`s new 2008 calendar is now available. The 12 page portrait calendar shows recent drawings and paintings of London, New York and Venice among other cities. (Oct 2007)
Stephen`s drawing of Salisbury Cathedral - owned by the late Prime Minister Ted Heath - was sold by Bonhams on 25th September at Knightsbridge for over three times its estimate. Alistair Laird, Director of Bonhams 19th Century Paintings said: `I cannot think of anything of this nature ever being sold by any auction house. The level of skill is amazing.` (Sep 2007)
GG2 honoured Stephen the Achievement through Adversity award on the 10th of September in London. Stephen, raised by his mother following the early death of his father, has overcome severe difficulties to become leading architectural artist of the world. (Sep 2007)
Stephen has been nominated for the `Achievement through Adversity` award by GG2 for reaching high level of attainment through difficult circumstances. The ceremony will take place at the Grosvenor House in London on 10th of September. Judges include Barry Gardiner MP, Sarah Brown, Terry Mansfield CBE, Peter Preston and Ramniklal Solanki CBE. (Aug 2007)
Stephen Wiltshire needed only a few minutes to look at New Yorks Columbus Circle before he sat down and drew the entire thing from memory.
`I draw from memory, buildings and cities mostly. I can look at something for a few minutes, take it in, then go somewhere else and put it on paper. The lines, the shapes, and angles and arcs. I can go back in my mind and draw a scene I saw years ago...` (Jul 2007)
Bonhams the world`s oldest and largest auctioneer of fine art and antiques will be selling an early Stephen Wiltshire drawing of Salibury Cathedral on 25th of September in Knightsbridge. `This is probably the first time such an item has ever been auctioned.` (Jul 2007)
A hand painted Gibson guitar will be on public display at The O2 in Greenwich featuring an original Stephen Wiltshire drawing along with a signature of an associated musician to authenticate and endorse their own individual guitar.
Music legends such as Rod Stewart, Noel Gallagher, Brian May, Gorillaz, James Morrision, Sir Cliff Richard and James Blunt are already confirmed. (Jun 2007)
Stephen has not been to New York for almost 15 years, all his recent memory drawings of the city reflect his view from the early 90`s. In May 2007 he flew over to his favourite city to update his memory of its major landscapes and new developments. In his first video diary Stephen guides us around in New York and shows his more personal and intimate side. (May 2007)
Speaking in London, Ivan Corea said:`Stephen Wiltshire is a wonderful role model to all young people. Here is a young man, diagnosed with autism, who has overcome barriers to become a leading architectural artist in the world. Stephen Wiltshire has made a difference. I urge the Government to use Stephen Wiltshire as a classic example of success, in education campaigns aimed at young people.` (May 2007)
The original 5 meter piece - created in Rome in 2005 - has been recently exhibited in Richmond this year for the first time. Thousands flocked to Riverside Gallery to view the stunning masterpiece which is now available in a scaled down version. The print measures 2 meters in length and produced on superior quality silk art paper with an estimated longevity of over a 100 years. (Apr 2007)
A video excerpt of the Beautiful Minds - Voyage into the brain documentary featuring Stephen Wiltshire drawing the famous Rome Panorama from memory has been downloaded over one million times on YouTube.
The film shows Stephen memorizing the ancient cityscape of Rome during a short helicopter ride and then producing a 5.5 yard long panoramic artwork of the view within 3 days. (Mar 2007)