Fundraising Assistant

CHSW Little Bridge House, Fremington

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Echo Beach Gallery were privileged and thrilled to be invited to submit paintings by represented local artists for The Prince’s Trust who launched an evening of art to raise vital funds to support the most vulnerable young people across the UK. The event held at the Castle Fine Art Gallery in Mayfair, London held an auction of contemporary and modern art along with a sale of bespoke artworks by up and coming and well known artists such as Sir Peter Blake, Darren Baker and HRH Prince Charles. 

Inspiring Art - Princes Trust

Each artist was asked to create a piece on the subject of ‘inspiration’ to be part of ‘The Wall of Inspiration’.  All artworks were signed only on the back of the piece so it was unknown who had painted each piece making an exciting auction as you could have been buying a Sir Peter Blake!

The Prince’s Trust is a youth charity that helps to change young lives by inspiring young people to reach their potential no matter what their background. 3 out of 4 of the young people they work with go on to education, employment or training. They have helped more than 750,000 young people since 1976.

Echo Beach Gallery artists Lynn Worthington, Robert Hill, Mark Woollacott, Amy Jobes, Sharon Plant, Why by Nige – Nigel Banks & Caroline Preston submitted artworks for ‘The Wall of Inspiration’. The evening was a great success and raised over £30,000.

Echo Beach Gallery was launched by Nina Lording in 2013 to exhibit local producing artists. The Gallery has quickly gained a reputation for its friendly approach & affordable contemporary works of art. They would like to thank all their local customers who have supported the gallery and wish you all a Merry Christmas.



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