An auction, organised by Exeter arts and ecology charity Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW), will feature work by Peter Randall-Page and David Nash, and all proceeds will go to charity to support CCANW’s educational work with schools and disadvantaged groups.
Both Peter and David have had major retrospectives at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and they will be part of the auction along with a number of other well known artists and members of Exeter’s Abstract Artists Group. There is no reserve on the pieces for auction.
The auction takes place on Friday, January 28 at 6.30pm at Exeter’s Gloss gallery, places are limited so early booking is advised (advance booking only).
Tickets (£5 Single/£8 Joint/£3 CCANW Friends) can be booked via CCANW’s website or by sending a cheque to CCANW, Haldon Forest Park, Exeter EX6 7XR (cheques need to be received by noon on Friday, January 28). The cost of tickets will be deducted from successful bids.
(image: Entomology II by Peter Randall-Page)
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