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Auction Party

Monday 31 January 2011, 9:43 pm

Annie with Laurence Llewelyn Bowen What a Fantastic Month!

JAG Gallery Artists were asked by local chidren's charity Whoopsadaisy to upcycle objects for the ITV Show Auction Party, hosted by Laurence Llewelyn Bowen. Auction Party is in the format of a competition where two competing teams attempty to raise the most money for their chosen charity.

I produced an ornate vase (that was once a charity shop buy for £1) embellished with paint and glass to produce a stylish piece of objet d'art.Other JAG Gallery artists provided equally unique, beautiful pieces finished in their own styles.

I also liaised with charity Whoopsadaisy, the artists and the producer of ITV’s Auction Party to help organise 20 artist statements and intent for the crew working on the show.

The televised auction was a complete success, with JAG Gallery winning the contest and raising a whopping £4,000 for Whoopsadaisy.

Wahoo for community spirit xxxxx

I have now started working with glass vases as am finding it a lot of fun.


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