Posted Friday, 5 June, 2015 by Sarah John
Hampstead School of Art’s ‘Secret Postcard’ Sale
Charity Private View at Affordable Art Fair, Wednesday 10 June 2015
A Frank Bowling original for £40? Visit Hampstead School of Art’s ‘Secret Postcard’ Sale at AAF Hampstead Charity Private View on Wednesday 10 June - don't miss it!
Frank Bowling, O.B.E., RA, is an internationally –acclaimed abstract painter with work included in permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art in New York, and London’s Tate Gallery.
A Mr Bowling mini-masterpiece will be up for grabs for just £40 alongside work from other acclaimed artists including Bernard Cohen, Qu Lei Lei and Alan Gouk - and emerging artists from all walks of life - at Hampstead School of Art’s Secret Postcard sale at the Affordable Art Fair in Hampstead from 10-14 June. Collectively the exhibition of over 200 postcards makes a stunning visual display and all cards are sold anonymously for £40.
To be among the first to get your hands on these mini-masterpieces join Hampstead School of Art at the Affordable Art Fair Charity Private view on Wednesday 10 June from 5.30pm. It’s an opportunity – and investment – not to be missed.
Undoubtedly one of the most enjoyable ways to view and buy art, you will also enjoy an evening of complimentary wine and live entertainment whilst browsing the contemporary artworks by established artists and the emerging stars of tomorrow from over 100 galleries.
All funds raised help to fund an ambitious new art school building, enabling community art education charity and outreach programme - Hampstead School of Art - to continue making a difference for generations to come.
PV Tickets cost £25.00 and are available to buy:
- online click here
- By calling the school office on 020 7794 1439
- or by clicking the button below
HSoA was founded in 1946 as a community art education charity by Jeanette Jackson and Bernard Gay with the patronage of Henry Moore, Lord Cottesloe, Oswald Milne, Sir Kenneth Clark and many others. Their vision was to establish a centre where the appreciation and enjoyment of art could be shared by people, whatever their age, background and ability.