The new 2007 calendar has been released showing six wondefully detailed pen drawings including `Street scene with yellow New York taxis` and the `Aerial view of Financial District, New York` and one of Stephen`s latest oil painting `Oxford Circus at night`.
The calendar is printed on high quality glossy paper, comes in A3 size (42cm x 29.7cm) and now available for sale.
Stephen joins more than 60 of the worlds leading autism experts taking part in the Awares online conference from October 4-11, 2006. Entry to the conference is totally free and open to everyone. You can register right now at www.autism2006.org where you will find the abstracts of almost all the experts papers and you can exchange views with other delegates. (Oct 2006)
In September 2003 Victoria Baths, Manchester captured the hearts of hundreds of thousands of people throughout the UK and won the BBCs landmark series Restoration. Victoria Baths received a massive 282,018 votes. Stephen will be opening the newly restored building on the 1st of October 2006. (Sep 2006)
Nothing seems to be impossible for Stephen as he reproduces the aerial view of Frankfurt entirely from memory on a giant 4 metres canvas within two days. Stephen spent a weekend in Frankfurt am Main capturing and drawing the cityscape of the German city. He also appeared on the first series of the Incredible Phenomena Show on RTL Europe on the 13th of September 2006. Watch the video! (Sep 2006)
Stephen appeared before His Royal Highness to receive his MBE award for services to art. Prince Charles congratulated Stephen for his achievement and expressed his admiration for his works. He kindly enquired about Stephens journeys to Tokyo, Hong Kong and Rome as well as his schedule for the near future. (Jun 2006)
These two Cambridge drawings will be included in the auction to be held on the evening of September 17th 2006 at West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge. (May 2006)
The one young British artist whose prodigious talent could just prove longer lasting as well as more accessible to millions is 31-year-old Stephen Wiltshire, who has been recognised for his services to art with an MBE in the New Years Honours List. (Jan 2006)
Stephen spent a week in Hong Kong in December 2005 to draw the famous cityscape. He flew over Victoria Harbor on a 20 minute helicopter ride and drew for nearly a week based solely on the visual memory of that ride. This is my Christmas gift to the people of Hong Kong, said Stephen. (Dec 2005)
Stephen was invited to the opening of the first hospital in the UK for people with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. The aim is to provide opportunities for a personalised and stimulating environment whilst offering low and non secure care where appropriate. The hospital provides small living houses which have been specifically designed to create a homely environment. (Oct 2005)
Stephens new 2006 Calendar shows 12 of his remarkable early and recent drawings, some of them in colour. The collection features London, Paris, New York, Chicago and Tokyo landmarks produced between 1988 and 2005. (Aug 2005)
Stephen has completed yet an other mindblowing challenge as he produced an astonishing panoramic memory drawing of Rome. During his 30 minute helicopter ride Stephen insisted on flying over the Vatican again and again as he was amazed by Saint Peters Cathedral. So it was not a coincidence that Stephen captured the Vatican City in the greatest of detail. (Jul 2005)
In May 2005 Stephen was invited to Tokyo, Japan to complete his biggest ever panoramic drawing of this vibrant city well known for its modern architecture. (Jun 2005)
Stephen spent a weekend in Berlin, Germany in early December 2004. He was shown the modern west and the historic east part of Berlin, as well as the christmas market in the evening where he bought a hat for himself. As a part of the filming he was taken up to a spot where he could observe and memorize the view of the city. Later that day he produced an identical drawing of Berlin. (Dec 2004)
Stephen spent a week in Tokyo, Japan in October 2004. As a part of the filming he was taken for a helicopter ride over the city. Over the one hour ride Stephen had the opportunity to memorize the landscape. Later that day he produced an identical drawing of the city. (Oct 2004)
Stephen was invited to complete two etchings and an ink drawing of the new Gherkin Building (Swiss Re Tower) in the City of London in September. (Sep 2004)