Holt exhibition raises cash for charity
An exhibition being staged in Holt is also helping raise money for charity.
The exhibition at Bircham Gallery in Holt, includes new work especially created by top British contemporary artists for the British Heart Foundation (BHF)'s Mending Broken Hearts Appeal.
The collection of 15 limited edition silk-screen prints of bespoke work by artists including Sir Peter Blake, Brendan Neiland, Bruce McLean and Patrick Hughes, will be on public view from Saturday, February 5 until Wednesday, March 2 and will also be available to purchase from the gallery at 14 Market Place, Holt.
The prints will be sold in aid of the heart charity's 50th anniversary appeal to fund research.
Fine art publishers CCA Galleries Limited have co-ordinated the collection and the prints have been made by Coriander Studios, London.
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Supporters will be able to purchase the whole portfolio of 15 prints (for �10,000 inc VAT), or individually (prices range from �500 - �1,500).
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