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Featured Art by Stephen J. Watkins from Suffolk, UK

Stephen Watkins is an artist based in Suffolk, United Kingdom specialising in contemporary works of art of city skylines in various styles. 

I have been commissioned and sold over 200 paintings around the world focusing on major city skylines. I have always had a passion for Art and Achitecture and have worked in the industry since 1997. I really enjoy seeing a project through from conception to completion. I also enjoy experimenting with paint on canvas using strong lines to depict landscapes and structures; I really enjoy playing around with the vivid colours that acrylics offer and the fluid feel of paints… a good contrast to the more structured, technical side of architectural drawing.

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