Bristol is full of international artists whom take influence from the very local to the overwhelming international. Profits from this sale of art pieces (in all shapes and forms), in jumble style, allows these fine artists to help send the next group of intrepid explorers to Haiti to set up a mobile cinema project for children.
This curated set of art works, pictures, photos and thrift should be in your range. Some highly desirables will be hung and priced accordingly (the £1000 mark range) others will be snapped up for a couple of pounds. Peruse the prized works of Andrew Mania and Ben Newman, Sony award winning photographer Tamany Baker and Adam Faraday, Jerwood collected Aaron Sewards, the infamous MOTORBOY, musicians such as Beardyman, Francois and Rozi and core cube artists such as Lady Lucy, Kayle Brandon and Mr Hopkinson. Aardman’s creator, Pete Lord, is making a special, hand made Morph for the HKKP sale, while Annabel Other offers up a selection from The Bristol Art Library gift shop and you can snap up prints from Spike Print Studio, some QuJunktion limited edition posters and Barn Nova artists postcards (by Kath Bloom, Dudley Sutton, and others).
And there’s so much more still to be announced. Cakes, raffles, live music and children’s art activities all day.
Come rummage. Fill you boots for an excellent cause.
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