22 March 2011

print okushon

print okushon

in light of recent and tragic events in japan, i'm really happy to be a part of print okushon, an auction of artist's donated prints organised by ciara phelan, where all proceeds raised go towards the red cross in japan.

i donated the above print, which some of you might remember. my fox gocco print has been sold out for over a year, but i put the print that i'd kept for myself up for bidding. you can put an offer on mine here (three days to go!) or peruse the work of others up for grabs; there's a jaw-dropping selection available, lots that i'd be happy to give some wall space to (but i keep getting outbid - good for raising funds!)

11 comments:

Kim Welling said...

Lovely, and how generous to put up your own last copy! I hope it brings in a lot of money for the people in Japan.

hellojenuine said...

thanks kim!

beth said...

That is really fantastic in so many ways.

Michelle said...

Lovely fox :)

foodyholic said...

I love your work and you have a good heart to share it to help others.

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My Beautiful Life said...

It is so heartbreaking what has happened there. I heard back from one of the architecture firms there that I had featured on my blog previously, and they requested to please keep the families that lost home, and loved ones in our prayers, and to continue to help with support.

Thanks for posting this.

An Observer Of Souls said...

You are so kind and thoughtful. Wonderful to see people paying it forward.

Though...ew hate that word...though the Red Cross might not be the best bet. My husband was a firefighter and had to pay Red Cross for every blanket he was given, every water and meal Red Cross ever served, as did all the other firemen.

During the big earthquake in the Bay Area we couldn't find my sister for several days. We asked Red Cross to look for Sherry Barnes. We even spelled the name for them. A week later we got a call that they still could not locate Jerry Burns.

Red Cross is more about making money than serving mankind, it seems to me.

Luxembourg said...

WoW!!!
How generous you are. Now a days japan really needs us. Anything that we can donate they are willing to accept that. And I am sure that they will rise again.

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