|Name:||Diarmuid Byron O'Connor|
|Birth Day:||December 7, 1964|
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British artist who created sculptures made of clay and stone, including his Icarus and Peter Pan pieces.
Diarmuid Byron O'Connor attended the John Fisher School in Purley and then went to art college in Bristol.
He attended the John Fisher School in Purley, with presenter Matthew Wright. In 1984, he started at art college in Bristol. In 1986 he joined "Changing Places", a community and environmental arts project, as a stone carver – leaving in 1988. In 1991 he studied conceptual fine art at Chelsea School of Art, London.
Starting a decorating firm, Byron-O'Connor worked evenings sculpting with wax at home. He was commissioned to create a statue of Peter Pan to stand outside Great Ormond Street Hospital which was given the rights to the character by creator J. M. Barrie. Following the unveiling of this work and an exhibition of small bronzes in 2000, he built a studio for private commissions. In 2005 he added a scale statue of Tinker Bell to the one of Peter Pan, unveiled by The Countess of Wessex.
Diarmuid Byron O'Connor's parents encouraged his artistic endeavors.
Currently, Diarmuid Byron O'Connor is 58 years, 5 months and 27 days old. Diarmuid Byron O'Connor will celebrate 59th birthday on a Thursday 7th of December 2023. Below we countdown to Diarmuid Byron O'Connor upcoming birthday.