Fundraising Events

May 15 2021

the horatio’s garden summer art auction

 Please click on the large image of each of the artworks in the gallery above for more information regarding each piece

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Please click here to visit The Saleroom website, where you will be able to place your bids from Saturday 15th May – Sunday 30th May

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Please click here to view all the lots on the Woolley & Wallis website

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Over 60 of the UK’s leading artists, including Maggi Hambling, Sarah Maple, Tim Burton, Rob and Nick Carter, Keith Jansz, Sean Henry, Vanessa Jackson and William Wilkins are supporting the very first Horatio’s Garden Summer Art Auction!

In collaboration with fine art auctioneers, Woolley & Wallis, we’re curating a select, timed, online art auction which will run from 9am on Saturday 15th May until 4pm on Sunday 30th May

All bids will be taken online once the auction opens on The Saleroom website. If you are the successful bidder, you will then be able to contact the artist or one of their representatives to arrange delivery of your chosen artwork.

If you would like more information about any of the artwork available prior to the auction opening, please contact Annabel Ward by emailing annabel@horatiosgarden.org.uk or calling 07810 753112. 

The auction will feature new and recent works, including paintings, sculpture, ceramics and photography, ranging in price from £300 – £30,000. Alongside the eminent individuals mentioned above, a host of the UK’s most exciting emerging artists have also contributed works, including Christabel Blackburn, Patrick Morales-Lee, Dawn Beckles and Hitomi Hosono. 

Many of the artists are generously donating the full price of their works to the charity, whilst others are kindly giving 50% or more of the sale price. Woolley & Wallis are generously sponsoring the event, so all proceeds will go directly to the charity.

As such, with your support, the auction promises to help to ensure the future of our stunning sanctuaries across the country and will enable us to continue improving the lives of everyone affected by spinal injury.

 

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