Internationally acclaimed Glenarm artist, who was born in Belfast and studied in Munich and Vienna, tells us the stories behind his paintings at the Ulster Museum (2004).

“One of the problems of being an artist is that you lead an entirely hedonistic existence. Just sitting at home painting what you like. I get frustrated on occasions and I do like there to be some social importance to what I am trying to say. I offered my services to CONCERN shortly after the Rwanda Genocide, it was an experience”

Listen to Hector’s accounts of Rwanda and 9/11 as well as his stories on other paintings.

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