A Sense of place is the theme for this years ‘A Letter in mind’, a display of 350 small works made using a simple starting point of an envelope.
Print Member Sally Tyrie has had one of her print and stitch pieces selected for this show which takes place at the OXO Tower Gallery on the Southbank in London.
All works are for sale at £85 and displayed anonymously. Artists names will be revealed when purchased. All Proceeds will go to the National Brain Appeal.
The exhibition includes works donated by a “ host of well-known artists, including Grayson Perry, Bob and Roberta Smith, Jessica Voorsanger, Frank Kiely, Gill Rocca, Natasha Kidd, Harry Pye; illustrator Chris Haughton; actors Kevin Eldon, James Fleet, Phyllida Law and Sophie Thompson; comedians Jo Brand and Jenny Eclair; and architects Laurie Chetwood and Amin Taha.
“The show also includes contributions from artists who are affected by a neurological condition – either personally or through their families and friends. The breadth of medium and interpretation of the theme ‘A Sense of Place’ has again produced an extraordinary range of engaging work. Artists have showcased places important to them personally, socially, historically or geographically.”
Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH
Starts Thursday 28 Sept at 11am closes Sunday 1st October at 6pm.