Art of Giving collaborating with Moorwood Art
Art of Giving and Moorwood Art are collaborating to raise funds for Berkshire charities.
Sisters in law, Tracey Bambrough of Art of Giving and Camilla Drinkall of Moorwood Art have joined forces to raise funds and awareness for both Thames Hospice and Norden Farm Centre for the Arts.
Works by artists such as Chris Levine, Derren Brown, John Claridge, Drew Walker, Carinthia West amongst others are being exhibited at Norden Farm Art Gallery, this month only, with any sales raising funds for the local charity Thames Hospice.
The art exhibition is showing throughout March (3-10 pm Monday to Saturday and 10-10 pm on Sundays). A private view is taking place at Norden Farm, Altwood Road, Maidenhead, Berks on Saturday, 21 March 6-9 pm.
Art of Giving to announce exciting future 2015 events and launch of International Art Competition
More information to follow later in 2014
Art of Giving goes wild for Christian the Lion. Special offer on fine art prints signed by Derek Cattani & John Rendall
Art of Giving have released today a special offer of 10% off all Christian the Lion Fine Art Prints, each signed by photographer Derek Cattani and John Rendall. The stunning prints would be a fantastic Christmas gift for anyone, with the added bonus that with each sale a donation will be made to GAWPT (George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust). For more information on GAWPT and the wonderful Christian the Lion story click here
To view the stunning Christian the Lion prints for sale click here
Art of Giving article in Financial Times
Article on Art of Giving appears in Financial Times How to Spend It Magazine dated 18 February 2012. For more information, click here
Noel Fielding, Frankie Poullain of The Darkness and Christian Furr support Teenage Cancer Trust
Art of Giving held a fundraiser for Teenage Cancer Trust with the Private Preview on 29 September 2011 at the Maison Bertaux Gallery.
Supported by Noel Fielding, Frankie Poullain of The Darkness and Hooligan Art Dealer.
Artists exhibiting are Noel Fielding, Derren Brown, Allan Warren, John Claridge, Arina Gordenko, Gaston Ugalde amongst many others.
The exhibition will continue until 31 October 2011. Percentage of art sales will be donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Art of Giving launches 'Shop and Give'
Art of Giving launches 'shop and give'.
Selling up and coming, renowned and celebrity artists work online, raising funds for worldwide causes through every sale.
Art of Giving exhibits work at Maison Berteaux, Soho
Maison Berteaux in Soho, London is exhibiting work by artists Gaston Ugalde, Drew Walker, Allan Warren during July and August 2011.
A private preview will take place at Maison Berteaux in September involving renowned, up and coming and celebrity artists.
Art of Giving launches 'pop up' Mayfair Gallery
Art of Giving, in collaboration with Legende Celebrity, launched a pop up Gallery in Mayfair, London for the month of December 2010.
Artists work included world famous photographers Gered Mankowitz, Terry O’Neill, Danny Clifford, Allan Warren, John Claridge along with many renowned artists such as Christian Furr, Gaston Ugalde, beautiful shoe design is on display, created by Terry de Havailland for the recent Art of Giving @ Saatchi Gallery exhibition, alongside work by Chris Bracey, Noel Fielding, Vic Reeves, Jane Seymour, Derren Brown and many others.
Throughout the period dedicated charity nights featured with a percentage of proceeds of any sales donated to causes via Art of Giving.
Art of Giving exhibition raises over £140k for charity
Art of Giving exhibition at Saatchi Gallery raises over £140k for charity.
The event gave the opportunity to highlight the worthy causes of 12 charities invited to take part by the Art of Giving along with the amazing support of renowned, up and coming and celebrity artists - raising over £140k raised for charity.
Banksy at Art of Giving exhibition raising funds for Moorfield Eye Hospital
Sale of Banksy piece at the Art of Giving Saatchi Gallery exhibition helps to raise substantial funds for Moorfield Eye Hospital Development Fund.