Recent times have proved extremely challenging not only for the arts but also for all charities whose need for funding is vital in ensuring their ability to continue with the valuable work and facilities they provide.
As some sense of normality is in sight and we can mix a little more freely, I had the privilege of being invited to curate an Art Exhibition which in part is a celebratory event coinciding with Bury Hospices’ 30th Anniversary, and also an opportunity of providing funding for the Hospice and for the artists from the sale of work. 17 artists and craftwork creators, professional, semi-professional and keen amateurs, all highly regarded for the quality of their work, have agreed to display their recent art in this exhibition. The range of work for sale is wonderfully varied and exciting, providing an opportunity for everyone to find something unique to buy and cherish, and in doing so, with a minimum of 30% commission on sales going to the Hospice, you will ensure that a worthwhile donation goes to this essential provider of specialised care for the people of Bury and the surrounding district. We hope you enjoy your visit to the exhibition. Your support is much appreciated, and please, do tell your friends who might not have been aware of the event, to come along too whilst the exhibition is open to the public.
Gerry Halpin MBE PPMAFA
To purchase any of the art on display within this online exhibition (which has not been sold) please contact the fundraising office on 0161 797 1748 and arrange payment through a card payment.
Your purchased art can then be collected from the reception at Bury Hospice during office hours.
For further information on a piece of art, including size dimensions and whether it is framed or not, please also contact the fundraising office on 0161 797 1748. There may also be the possibility of you visiting the hospice to view the piece of art you are interested in before a purchase is made.