Colin Davidson

Colin is an artist and Chancellor, Ulster University. Since 2010 his focus has been on painting grand scale portraits which have won widespread recognition and many international awards. His sitters have included HM Queen Elizabeth II, Angela Merkel, Brad Pitt, Ed Sheeran and Seamus Heaney to name a few. His exhibition; Silent Testimony, reveals the stories of eighteen people who are connected by their individual experiences of loss through ‘The Troubles.’ Visit here for more on Colin’s art practice.

selected highlights

Creativity in Difficult Spaces: Creative Interventions with Veterans and First Responders

Vahri McKenzie in conversation with Tony Eaton, Geoff Grey, and Paul Magee

University of Canberra

Frank Ferguson in conversation with Elinor Davies, James Ward and Carolann North

Frank Ferguson talks with Elinor Davies, James Ward and Carolann North about their written work covering subjects ranging from domestic experiences of ‘The Troubles’ to immigrant communities, afrofuturism and the future of Northern Ireland.

Ulster University

Colin Davidson – Silent Testimony: An Introduction

Colin Davidson introduces his exhibition ‘Silent Testimony’ at the Ulster Museum in Belfast, setting the context and inspiration behind the series of portraits of victims and survivors of ‘The Troubles.’

Ulster University

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