Art auction for East Africa appeal
Friday 15 July 2011
Gallery Violet has persuaded a number of its artists to donate works for an auction to raise money for Oxfam's East Africa appeal.
The £50 million appeal - the charities largest ever - is to tackle the terrible food shortages being faced by up to 12 million people in countries in the east of the continent caused by the worst drought in 60 years.
The highest bid over the artist’s reserve price wins the work and the auction closes 25 July 2011.
Click on the image to see some of the works on offer and email your bid to email@example.com or click here for more information
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