Neil Roland - Gallery 66

I have a large collection of Bristol images, which can be worked into a range of artworks to reflect different aspects of the city, or to blend with other cities of relevance.
For those in the Bristol area, my Bristol artworks are on permanent display in the Mercure Hotel in the city. For more information, or to arrange to visit my studios in Didsbury, Manchester, please call me on 07792 365 437.

Please note that the size, colours and quality of the pictures on this page have been reduced for web viewing and do not accurately represent the detail and vivid colours of the actual photographs

Bristol Shades of Red

l-r: The Victoria Rooms, University of Bristol at the top of Park Street; Bristol's Victorian Temple Meads Station; the Custom's House in Queen's Square; the University of Bristol Wills Memorial Building, Park Street; Bristol Docks; Bristol Cathedral and finally, the glorious regency ironwork on houses is Clifton


Secrets of Bristol

left-right: Iron filigree balconies on Charlotte Street; signs of the times throughout Bristol; the Pomegranite mosaic at 38, College Green, designed by Latrobe & Weston in 1904. the decoration on this remarkable building, now used as the City Job Shop, was designed to reflect the book binding of Oscar Wilde's 'A House Of Pomegranites', a book beloved of the young daughter of the architect; a Triumph motor-bike wing mirror reflects Queen Square; the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge; a wonderful Victorian bridge by Commercial Road; a triptych on Broad Quay House celebrating Bristol's glass making history, and the 1796 Bristol Exchange;and finally, the magnificent balconied terrace homes along Caledonia Place, Clifton, Bristol




A collection of around 40 large (six foot tall) Bristol artworks were commissioned for every floor of the Hotel Mercure in Bristol. Here is a selection of those works.

Signs of the Times Bristol


Shades of Bristol (1)


Shades of Bristol (2)


Shades of Bristol (3)


Shades of Bristol (4)


Shades of Bristol (5)


Shades of Bristol (6)


Shades of Bristol (7)



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