Artwork Auction in aid of the Khadija Saye Memorial Fund

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On July 4th, 2017 London based artists Harriet HoultAriadna Dane and Alice Neave came together to create five collaborative pieces of artwork which are being auctioned here, with all proceeds going to the Khadija Saye Memorial Fund. 

Khadija Saye, a talented young artist at the beginning of a very promising career, was tragically killed in the Grenfell Tower fire last month. The fund has been set up in her memory to support creativity in young people. The money raised will go towards study, informal training, internships and mentoring of those whose background and circumstance may not necessarily grant them access to such support. 

The artists are grateful to Cass Art for sponsoring the collaboration and providing the materials for the creation of the artwork.  

The auction ends at midnight on 23 July 2017. 

Framing and delivery
- Each artwork comes framed. Framing costs will be deducted from the final bid price. 
- Delivery can be arranged on request. Alternatively, collection can be made from Wimbledon Art Studios in SW17, London.  

Photo: Khadija Saye's work, 'Sothiou', is on display at the Tate Britain.
£ 350
'Around the Corner'
£ 95
'The Sky Above Us'
£ 260
'Between the Trees'
£ 300
'The Strong Place'
£ 300
'Riverside Road'
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