Billy Connolly met up with the artist behind his latest portrait during Tartan Week in New York.

Painter Gerard Burns captured the Big Yin with his trusty banjo at his feet on the banks of the Clyde where he used to be employed in the shipyards.
The work is part of an exhibition called A Brush With Inspiration, which features portraits of top Scots as seen by Burns.
He spent 12 years as a teacher, latterly at St Aloysius College in Glasgow, where he became principal teacher of art at the age of 28.
The exhibition in the Glasgow Caledonian University campus in New York features Burns’ portraits of 16 prominent Scots.
Among those in the specially invited audience was Lord Provost Sadie Docherty who has travelled to America to promote Glasgow and its world-class universities and culture.
As part of her trip, Mrs Docherty will have dinner at Bistro Incognito in West Street which is owned and run by Paolo Montana and Adriana Moretti who are both from Glasgow.
On Sunday, the Lord Provost will take part in the Kirkin’ of the Tartan organised by the St Andrew’s Society of New York before attending the Tartan Day Parade.
New York’s Tartan Week celebrates the unique relationship between Scotland and North America and bands and clans from Scotland and across the United States and America will join in.
Marching for the first time will be the Lanark and District and Oban High School pipe bands.