The amazing work of Romford artist Stephen O’Neill is currently on display at a new Exhibition at Havering Museum, in the High Street.

Stephen is largely self-taught, and he took up art to occupy his time.

He attends Fairkytes Arts Centre in Hornchurch and the Havering Association for People with Disabilities.

Among his work on display at the Museum are portraits of film stars Sharon Stone, James Dean and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Also music icons Paul McCartney, John Lennon and Robbie Williams.

Most of Stephen’s pictures are for sale at reasonable prices and would make ideal Christmas presents.

“We are proud to have given local artist Stephen the opportunity to display his work at the Museum in the build up to Christmas,” says Chairman Peter Stewart. “His work is incredible when you consider the disabilities he has had to overcome. I do hope the Exhibition attracts the large audience it deserves and serves as an incentive to other local artists to reach this standard.”

The Exhibition is on at Havering Museum until Saturday 16th December 2017.

The Museum is open Wednesday to Saturday 11.00am-5.00pm (last admission to the Galleries 4.00pm….Shop 4.30pm).

For more information on Stephen’s Exhibition call: 01708 766 571
The Exhibition Room is closed occasionally for events and private bookings so please call first if you are coming especially to see the exhibition.

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