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United partner with talented artist
September 23, 2020
Posted By: Ayr United Commercial

News /Business News

We are delighted to announce a new partnership with a talented Ayr United supporting artist, Steven McClure

Until now Steven has been selling prints of the iconic Somerset Road End turnstiles on his website however these will now be exclusively available in our Club Shop, with 50 percent of all proceeds coming directly to the club.

Steven said: “As someone who’s supported the club since I was a wee boy, it’s always been my dream and ambition to help or be involved in some way.

“Ever since me and my friend, Richard Wilson, used to sell programmes around the ground, I’ve been hooked.

“I still get goosebumps every time I come here and it’s such a fantastic place to be around.

“The entrance to the ground with those turnstiles is a view known to so many and I wanted to capture it with this piece.”

Steven, who is based in Glasgow’s West End, is already working on his second piece – which will pay homage to the Somerset Road End itself.

He said: “In time I’ll look to do every part of the ground and fans can identify with their own part…whether it be they who stood there or their father, or their grandfather before them.”

Prints will be available in sizes A4, A5 and A6 size, which come mounted, signed and are priced £30, £22.50 and £15