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Healing Art Appeal To Support The NHS

In these unprecedented times the art community, like every other, has suffered enormous disruption and uncertainty. Finding a balance between compassion for the most vulnerable in society and facing the pressures of maintaining our businesses is not easy.

In seeking to address both pressures we have formed a partnership with the Maudsley Trust who are running an emergency fundraising campaign for the NHS. By offering a substantial discount of between 10-30% off selected works, we are asking our clients to donate 10% of the final saving to the NHS.

Why Maudsley Charity NHS Mental Health Appeal?

There are many fundraising initiatives operating at the moment around COVID-19. The mental health impact surrounding COVID-19 is already growing into a national crisis. Whether it is single parents struggling to home-school whilst paying the bills, business owners facing bankruptcy, or family members suffering the loss of loved ones in isolation, this crisis will be played out in a myriad of ways.

Love For Scrubs - South London Charity

Love Of Scrubs is a charity who are making thousands of scrubs and PPE gowns for hospitals, hospices, care homes and GP practises in London. This saves lives! We pledge to make a donation from our artwork sales but if you can please make a donation to the link to “ The Love Of Scrubs on this link

A huge thank you to Nina Campbell and Osbourne & Little for their generosity in donating fabric for us to make the PPE garments!

Giving to charity

Please note that we welcome donations to either trust even if you do not wish to purchase artwork at this time.

To support Healing Art For Our NHS:

- Select an artwork that you would like to purchase from our website -  Contact Us directly to secure between 20 - 30% DISCOUNT  -  Click on this link to make your donation of 10% to the Maudsley Trust.

Thank you from all of the team at Tanya Baxter Contemporary: Telephone: + 44 (0)20 7351 1367 / +44 (0)7961 360 407  Email: tanya@tanyabaxtercontemporary.com

 


 SEAN SCULLY 'WALL OF LIGHT'

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Heathrow Windsor Suite
Terminal 5, Heathrow Airport, Whittle Rd, Longford, Heathrow TW19 6BP

July 31st - September 8th 

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Sean Scully is an American-Irish artist known for his abstract paintings composed of brushy layers of alternating colored squares or stripes. Though his non-representational works appear to have no particular referent, they often draw from specific memories of places and objects.

“In making these paintings I was preoccupied with my memories of Venice, the movement of the water, how it heaves against the brick and stone of the city,” he explained of the works from his 2015 exhibition “Land Sea.” “From my studio south of Munich I often get in the car and drive a few hours down to Venice. It was the impressions from these trips that I brought back into the studio; I was painting the memories of Venice into the works.”

Born on June 30, 1945 in Dublin, Ireland, Scully moved to London as a child and went on to study art at the Central School of Art and Croydon College of Art before receiving his BA from Newcastle University in 1972. Scully immigrated to the United States in 1975 and was granted citizenship in 1983. He currently lives and works between New York, NY, Barcelona, Spain, and Munich, Germany. Scully’s works are held in the collections of the Tate Gallery in London, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Reina Sofia National Museum in Madrid, and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, among others

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