Following the charity art auction for Bethan’s Fund that I helped out with a while ago I’ve been asked by the organisers of the Spectrum art auction if I can mention it here. Below there’s the blurb from the website about the charity’s work but the first thing I noticed is the fantastic range of artists who’ve donated work to the auction which includes the piece by Stella Vine here, a signed book from Damien Hirst, pieces by Eine, Paul Insect, Chris Levine, Immodesty Blaize, Katiejane Garside, Gary Lucas, Gerald Laing, D*Face, James Jessops, Lucy Mclauchlan, Cher, David Arquette, Architects such as Lord Norman Foster, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw and Top LA Architect Matthew Stokes. There’s a full list here. Some of the work is being auctioned online and some at an event on 3 November. All the details are on the website.
From the Spectrum website:
“Spectrum is a provider of specialist residential, respite and educational services based in Cornwall, UK. From the small beginnings of a residential service at St. Erme, Truro, Cornwall, for ten young adults cared for by seven members of staff in 1982, Spectrum has developed into a recognised leader in the field of specialist autistic care and support. Currently nearly 100 service users referred from all over the UK are cared for by 350 staff in 23 homes and a small special school situated in the beautiful county of Cornwall on the south west peninsula of the UK.”