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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    01/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    02/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    03/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    04/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    05/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    06/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    07/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    08/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    09/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    10/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    11/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    12/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    13/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    14/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    15/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    16/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    17/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    18/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    19/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    20/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    21/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    22/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    23/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    24/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    25/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    26/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    27/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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  • Julian Friers – Resonance
    All day
    28/04/2019

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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    Julian Friers - Resonance

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    26/04/2019
    Sea Holly
    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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    27.April.Saturday

    Julian Friers - Resonance

    All day
    27/04/2019
    Sea Holly
    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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    28.April.Sunday

    Julian Friers - Resonance

    All day
    28/04/2019
    Sea Holly
    41-43 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2PB, UK

    Julian Friers was born in Bangor Co. Down in 1956. Now living on the north Antrim coast, Julian is best known for his work as a wildlife painter. A past President of the Royal Ulster Academy of arts his work has been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Germany and The Netherlands with solo exhibitions in Ireland, Scotland, England, America and United Arab Emirates. A select number paintings are permanently housed in important collections in Ireland, America, and Saudi Arabia. He has been closely involved in projects with conservation organizations internationally for many years and has featured frequently in many publications worldwide. He was elected President of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts in 2009 and his most recent collection, “Lost Irish Monsters”, was exhibited in the Ulster Museum as part of the “Dippy” exhibition which finished in January this year.

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