3 July 2013

Memorabilia Charity Art Exhibition for Great Ormond Street Hospital

'Memorabilia' promises to be an art exhibition with a difference! Recall precious moments from childhood, conjuring an atmosphere of nostalgia and reintroducing you to some gems from the past, all through the work of some of the UK's most influential artists.

The event will take place in the Art Studios of 66 Norlington Road, Leyton E10 6LA on the weekend of the 6th and 7th July, 12-5pm as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail.

On the Saturday night from 8pm there will also be a party hosted by the artists resident at the studios, during which visitors can take part in some retro gaming, enjoy some  toys of yesteryear and even take part in a Space Hopper Race! (It's got to be worth going, just for that!)

But all these fun and games is for the more important purpose of raising much needed funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital and the fine work they do for sick children.

Carne Griffths, artist and organiser of this superb event:
“We owe so much to GOSH, they saved our little girl, Noemi’s life. Through their actions my wife Claire and I were inspired to do something positive. We wanted to create a sense of nostalgia with this show, to remind us of our inner child. Hopefully those feelings will raise money for the incredibly important work GOSH does.” 

You can check out some of the Original Paintings, Prints and Sculptures exhibiting and available at this show by visiting the online shop here;    http://memorabilia2013.bigcartel.com/

 "W R In Control"
This new piece from the Life is a Game We Play series was created especially for the 'Memorabilia'
50% of the final sale price will be donated to GOSH.

If you're in the market to buy a great piece of art, now is the time, as anything from 30-100% of each sale will be donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital.

You can also find out more and register your interest in going to the event by visiting the Memorabilia Charity Art Exhibition Facebook Page, which I highly recommend doing :)

'Have you played Atari today?'

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