Posts tagged “natural disaster

ART4AID.. . /. /. /

I have been invited to take part in this very important event././. And i am very pleased to be donating to this cause.././. Below are the pieces i have donated with no reserve!! ././. further below is the link to the facebook event where you can view all other works for sale and find out more about ART4AID././

‘Another Ticket’ Acrylic on Plywood 64 cm x 47 cm approx.
‘UNTITLED ‘ Pigeons x 2 pieces . 20 cm x 20 cm
Acrylic on Hardboard

https://www.facebook.com/events/179486242257430/

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A Lot Of Love.. . .. . . / .

This Valentines just gone i painted at a fund raiser for flood victims of the Philippines along side three other incredible artists, the resulting pieces were auctioned off to send aid.. . . … . .

Tropical Storm Washi devastated the Philippines on December 16 and 17, 2011. The storm was not powerful in the traditional sense—it’s winds never surpassed 55 knots (100 kilometers per hour or 63 miles per hour) and it lacked the organization of an intense typhoon or hurricane. Nonetheless, Washi unleashed extremely heavy rain on northwest Mindanao and the resulting floods left hundreds dead or missing. Tropical storm Washi brought heavy rains, overflowing rivers and flash floods to the southern Philippines from December 16 to 18, sweeping away whole villages built on sandbars and riverbanks.

More than 376,000 people were displaced by the storm and almost 55,000 are still huddled in crowded makeshift evacuation centres.

‘Love Mindanao’   Acrylic on Reclaimed Plywood

The event was a tremendous success and total figures are not yet in but i’m sure there going to be good!

More of these event please. . . …. . . . . . / . / .


Love for those who need it.. .. ….. . /.

https://www.facebook.com/events/302425603133905/

I will be painting live here tonight and the resulting piece will be auction off the same night along side some other very exciting residents of Portsmouth Creative Movement .. . .. .. .. Share The Love. . ❤


In The Wake Of The Recent Devastation.. . .. . . . …. .. .

The level of devastation we have all only witnessed via bloodthirsty news networks and hungry tabloids has almost been too much to comprehend. Blow after blow after shocking blow the situation kept on escalating and growing worse, this is without doubt one of the worse disasters of the 21st century and you would be inhuman not to be affected by it. It is because of these reasons i hope to auction this painting of to the highest bidder and donate all proceeds to funding aid in Japan.

 

“Hold On” Acrylic on Board