I have been asked to donate a piece of my artwork for the Cure Leukaemia Art Auction which takes place at Wragge & Co's Banking Hall in Birmingham on Tuesday 19th May.
Cure Leukaemia is a charity based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, supporting the treatment of and research into Leukaemia and the patient environment. The Centre for Clinical Haematology is unique in bringing both of these things together and was opened in 2006.
This is the second time I have been involved in this charity event and on the first occasion my picture “Shared Earth” raised £650. One couple was very determined not to be out bid for a unique print of mine.
Once again I have donated a unique piece for the auction its a large copy of the image “Cavernous Deep” this particular image was printed using a machine that has since broken down and has been scraped and the new printing process uses different inks. making it even more unique I now use a different type of glass. Its going to be interesting to see if the credit crunch will effect the bidding and final auction price.
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