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Art for Grenfell at Lumen Gallery (16-21 Sep 2017)

Thames-Side Studios-based Hartash Dale (4-02) has organised an auction of original artworks and a prize raffle in support of the Grenfell community.

The Art for Grenfell Initiative is a support and fundraising project by London artists in recognition of the survivors of the Grenfell Disaster. The aim is to use art to create a tangible connection between the Grenfell Community and the people of London. Each artist participating in the Art for Grenfell Initiative has gifted two original pieces of work — one will be part of a collective gift to the Grenfell Residents from London’s artist community, the other will be auctioned at Lumen Gallery in Kings Cross to support the Grenfell Community.

Lumen Gallery, 88 Tavistock Place, London WC1 9RS.

Artists include Thames-Side Studios-based Mick Armson, Jane Cairns, Elina Cerla, Hartash Dale, Michele Fuirer, Holly Graham, Liz Lowe, Sally McKay, Nick Richards, Ray Richardson, Lesley Sharpe, Kim Vousden, Charmaine Watkiss alongside Chloe Cheese, Bob and Roberta Smith and Jessica Voorsanger. Supported by Lumen Gallery, Thames-Side Studios and many more. More information here
Prize Raffle of items on Auction Evening

Auction: Thursday 21 September 2017, 6.30-9.30pm. Exhibition: 16-21 September 2017, 12-4.30pm

Jane Cairns, Untitled, ceramic panel, 37 x 37cm
John Lee Bird, Prince, archival pigment digital print
Julian Davies, Onigiri Mountains, reduction linocut, 20 x 30cm
Max Middleton, Kora player, etching with aquatint, 33 x 43cm
Bob and Roberta Smith, VOTE, oil on board, 30 x 30cm
Susan Eyre, Imagined Event, layered dye sublimation screenprint on polyester, digital sublimation print on organza, 37 x 56cm

All images courtesy the individual artists