SUNDAY 28 November 2010, 8.00pm (Doors open at 7.30pm for viewing) at SMLLCA, Lark Lane
SMLLCA Charity Fundraising for a new Minibus. Auction assisted and hosted by Gayna Rose Madder. Auction will be followed by drinks and live acoustic music: SMLLCA charity ‘ACOUSTIC SUNDAYS’ (8pm-10pm). Details mentioned below.
Featuring a fine selection of over 60 artworks from 1950 and 1999 to date, from artists such as: Terry Sullivan, Nicole Bartos, Danniel John, Fanchon Fröhlich, Sue Ironfield, Richard Ashworth, Nagachoo (Japan), Alice Lenkiewicz, Christopher Muotoh, Kaety Moore and others.
These events are part of the charity project:
“MINIBUS AND MEET ME AT SUNSET 2010”, and part of the
Independents Biennial 2010
Project organised by GALLERY4ALLARTS (www.gallery4allarts.com)
A charity contemporary art auction raising money for a new minibus. for St Michael’s and Lark Lane Community Association.
SMLLCA, a self funded community association, having been established for over 30 years now, has brought a major contribution to the local community making changes to the heart of it with ample and diverse programmes and initiatives at all social levels: preschool, youth, elderly and disabled and hosting various activities and surgeries ranging from arts and crafts to writers workshops and counsellors meetings, etc.
Over sixty works have been donated by Liverpool fine artists for this Community fundraising project. From the featuring works I will mention just a few: works dating back to 1950’s, from famous artist and philosopher Fanchon Fröhlich, widow of late Herbert Fröhlich, who was Professor of Theoretical Physics and the first to apply Quantum Physics to Biology; a huge number of abstract and semi-abstract works in a diversity of mediums such as oil and acrylic paintings on paper and canvas, collages, monoprints, ceramics, drawings by Nicole Bartos, born in Romania, who has been based in Liverpool since 1998 and who established Gallery4allarts in 2006; also, there is work from Alice Lenkiewicz, visual artist, and writer, who’ s father was well known for his paintings in St. Ives and London; textile sculptures from Kaety Moore, artist and musician; sketches from Japanese artist Nagachoo, who’s works have been internationally praised; wood collages/ 2D sculpture from Richard Ashworth; paintings from the wonderful painters Terry Sullivan, Danny John and mixed media on canvas by Sue Ironfield known for her musical and overtone paintings, etc.
Reserved prices per work range between £10 and £200.
We are inviting everybody interested in collecting art or wishing to support this charity cause, to join us on the 28th November 2010, 7.30pm at the Old Police Station. Entrance at rear, far back. Free entry.
There will be drinks served.
As this evening marks for Gallery4allarts the end of the Biennial programme, the auction will be followed 8pm-10pm, by live music, the last Charity Acoustic evening (“Acoustic Sundays”) which will take place in the Youth Club, the Old Police Station.
Entrance, as well at rear, far back. Tickets at the door: £4.00 (£2.00). Doors open 7.30pm.
Featuring music from: ‘Graculus’: Richard Harding (acoustic and electric guitar) and Phil Hargreaves (soprano saxophone and flute); Stan Ambrose (Harp); ‘Skirmish’ (harmonica and acoustic guitar); Jo Bywater (vocal and acoustic guitar); Oritsema Ejuoneatse (soprano); Patricia Mackrell (soprano).
Text by Nicole Bartos / Gallery4allarts
SMLLCA Main Hall,
The Old Police Station, Sefton Grove, Liverpool, L17 8XB (Entry at rear, far back)