The actual sale will be held on Thursday night (6-9pm) but any unsold artwork will remain on the walls until the end of March.
I posted some work on my facebook page this morning and someone asked if it was for a worthy cause. Almost at the same time as Charlie Jamieson, I shot back that, yes, it was a good cause – helping artists to sell their work in a financial climate which is not in their favour.
I don't think any artist out there chooses to do it because they think it's going to be an easy life. They choose to do it because they feel compelled to do it.
Hopefully, events like this help everyone concerned.
I think it's going to look like a fantastic show with a stellar line-up of artists:
Sue Biazotti (www.suebiazotti.com)
Rowena Comrie (www.rowenacomrie.co.uk)
Annette Edgar (www.annetteedgar.net)
Charles Jamieson (www.charlesjamieson.co.uk)
Paul Kennedy (www.paulkennedyart.com)
Liz Knox (www.lizknox.com)
Heather Nevay (www.nevayburke.freeserve.co.uk)
Ruth Nicol (www.ruthanicol.co.uk)
|Twilight Ball Game by Paul Kennedy Original Screenprint, £175|
Tulips by Liz Knox, gouache, 7 x 5 inches, £ 375
The Path, Montes Da Vala, Algarve by Charles Jamieson, £950 (inc VAT)
Catterline by Rowena Comrie, watercolour, 40cmX70cm, £425
|Portsoy Study 2 by Ruth Nicol, price £295|
Pool Girl by Sue Biazotti, limited edition giclee print, £135
|Vessel of Tears by Heather Nevay, 37cmx28cm, oil on panel, £4250|