Show us your Arts

by Martin Grubb
 

Show us your Arts is an exciting new charity event where we exchange artwork for money donations to raise funds for the Scottish Association for Mental Health.

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Show us your Arts is an exciting new charity art event run by the shop of interest in which we exchange artwork for money donations, all to raise funds for the Scottish Association for Mental Health.

We're asking artists and designers from all over the country to donate paintings, prints, jewellery and crafts which will then be offered as a thank you for donations.

Some of the amazing artists at the shop of interest have already promised incredible work to the cause and we're receiving new work and pieces every day. All we need is to turn the artwork into donations.

There will be an exhibition showcasing all the work donated at the end of the project before we post everything out to generous donators.

For your donations you will receive some fantastic, but randomly selected artwork consisting of any of the following:

Prints
Sketches
Drawings
Paintings
Jewellery
Poetry
Stories
Crafts
Textiles

For more details head over to our website ShowusyourArts.co.uk


Picture One in four people in Scotland will have a mental health problem at some point in their life. This means that you may know someone with a mental health problem, or maybe you're worried about your own mental health.

At SAMH they believe there is no health without mental health. They're there to provide help, information and support; to campaign on behalf of people with mental health problems and to raise money to fund their vital work. They're there for everyone, and they're there for you.

SAMH is Scotland's leading mental health charity.

The funds raised from this event will go toward helping people suffering from depression, mental illness and those affected by suicide.
SAMH is a charity that we have strong personal support for and here at Show us you Arts we want to give them as much help as we can through the generosity of some amazingly talented artists.

 

 

 

Thank you for your donations, and we hope you love your arty rewards.

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Rewards
Promise £10.00 + Little Thank You!

You will receive a small art package containing prints, drawings or jewellery and an invite to our exhibition.

99 rewards, 91 remaining
Promise £20.00 + Big Thank You

For this you will receive an artwork package from us, an invite to our exhibition and a big thank you from all of us at Show us your Arts and the SAMH.

96 rewards, 82 remaining
Promise £30.00 + Bigger Thank You

For this you will receive an artwork package from us, an invite to our exhibition and a big thank you from all of us at Show us your Arts and the SAMH. Plus an A5 portrait sketch of a person of your choice.

99 rewards, 95 remaining
Promise £50.00 + Huge Thank You!

Thank you! You are awesome. We'll be sending you an art package containing original work and one off pieces and an invite to our preview exhibition. Plus an A4 portrait sketch of a person of your choice.

49 rewards, 47 remaining
Promise £100.00 + WOW Thank You!

Wow! You are great and we love you. We will choose some of our more special artworks for you from our collection and, of course, send you an invite to our preview exhibition. We'll also give you a big thank you on our Facebook and website too and do a special A4 portrait sketch of a person of your choice.

25 rewards, 24 remaining
Promise £250.00 + Special Thank You and Hugs!

We have a couple of special pieces to choose from which will be reserved for special donations. As well as one of our special pieces, you'll also receive an art package and an invite to our preview exhibition. We'll even buy you drink too! And we'll draw an A4 portrait sketch of a person of your choice.

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