Charity Art AuctionFebruary 20th, 2012
St Andrews resident Lizzie Coles founded the charity NEMO after her god-daughter was diagnosed with the rare but devastating genetic disorder known as Incontinentia Pigmenti (IP) throughout the UK and internationally. Lizzie has organised several successful fundraisers and I bring you news of her next big event.
A Charity Art Auction on Wednesday 28th March 2012 at Piccolino Italiano Restaurant, Broad Weir, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BZ.
Please take part in the high energy evening for contemporary art buyers with an emphasis on Bristol artists. The auction provides an excellent opportunity to support NEMO and the exhibiting artists many of whom will be present on the night. There are 28 pieces of high quality, mixed media art by student, amateur and professional artists to offer an eclectic mix of artworks for sale to suit every pocket. 14 pieces on offer in the ‘LIVE’ auction have been generously donated and proceeds from the sale of these will go to NEMO.
The running order for the evening is as follows –
- From 6:30pm with drinks and canapés reception
- Meet the artists who have generously donated the art
- View pieces on offer in the auctions.
- The ‘Live’ auction will begin at 7:30pm and finishes when all art has sold. (14 pieces auctioned for NEMO). The silent auction will run throughout the evening. (14 pieces sold on behalf of the artists).
To Book: Entrance to the auction is £5 in advance £8 on the night.
Please call or email Sami at Piccolino T: 0117 929 3255 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
To view all the pieces donated to the ‘Live’ auction please visit http://nemo-ip.co.uk/auctionitemsTags: Art, Auction, Cabot Circus, charity, genetic disorder, Incontinentia Pigmenti, Nemo, Piccolino Back to news