MEMORABILIA, in aid of Great Ormand Street Hospital.
Another great review of the recent Memorabilia Show at the Norlington Road Studios in Leytonstone. So far the show has raised almost £3000 for Great Ormand Street Hospital, that figure increasing daily with sales of donated work from the website (links in article).
Huge congratulations to everyone involved!
This summer I am very proud to be a part of several very exciting group shows across the south. The first was Chorderize, a showcase of work by Undecided Art Collective members at Quay Arts in Newport (which had great reviews) and the second kicked off last week here in London.
Immensely talented Visual Artist Carne Griffiths has been busy curating a very colourful and hugely successful exhibition in Leytonstone in aid of the Great Ormand Street Hospital children’s charity. The show entitled Memorabilia exploded spectacularly onto the vast walls of Norlington Road Studios last weekend in a cascade of nostalgia and apparently infinite skill. Themed largely on childhood memories, the show features more than 100 Artists who are donating between 30-100% of all proceeds from sales of their work to Great Ormand Street Hospital.
I attended the opening night on Saturday and was entirely blown away by the…
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