Art event to raise funds for local charity

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ART lovers are to be given a special virtual sneak-peek at work from some of Scotland’s top artists ahead of Maggie’s Aberdeen’s third Art Extravaganza.

Back with a twist this year, there will be both in-person and virtual viewings of art from an array of acclaimed Scottish artists up for sale during the week-long event.

The exhibition will run from December 7-12 in the Maggie’s Aberdeen centre in the grounds of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, and will feature exclusively original artwork from artists such as Iain Faulkner, Marion Drummond, Gerard Burns and Cecilia Cardiff, as well as many more.

A wide range of genres including still life, abstracts, figurative and landscape works will be on display and available to purchase, with prices ranging from £595 to £13,500.

In-person and online access to view the pop-up gallery is free of charge, with 30-minute booking slots at the centre available to ensure compliance with current government restrictions.

Richard Stewart, Maggie’s Aberdeen centre fundraising manager, said: “We are thrilled to have our Art Extravaganza back this year and are grateful to everyone involved for ensuring we can still bring this amazing event to life in the current climate.

“The money raised from the Art Extravaganza will be donated to Maggie’s Aberdeen and will help us to continue to provide the free practical and emotional support for all people living with cancer, and their family and friends in the North-east.

“Our previous two Art Extravaganzas have been amazing and we look forward to welcoming you to what this year’s has to offer!”

 

 

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