#ConnectedTEN Exhibition - Charity A3 fine art print auction for The John Van Geest Cancer Research Centre in Nottingham.

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Each year the #Connected exhibition ( www.connected-exhibition.co.uk ) brings together a wide and diverse group of photographers who collaborate to put on an exhibition of fine art photography at the Patchings Art Centre in Nottingham.

This year marked the 10th anniversary exhibition bringing together over 60 photographers across two galleries at Patchings. The launch weekend on 8/9 April saw six amazing guest speakers / photographers present their work and explore their personal journeys as artists (Sue Bishop, Rob Knight, Paul Kenny, Rachael Talibart, John Irvine and Michela Griffith). Hear from some of our guest speakers here on The Togcast https://thetogcast.podbean.com

As a group we always like to give something back to a local charity as a creative collective and are thus holding a charity print auction of a selection of superb photographic works donated by contributing artists as well as a superb fine art print donated by our Saturday keynote guest speaker Paul Kenny from his retrospective 'Seaworks' series.

This year our chosen charity is the John van Geest Cancer Research Centre in Nottingham ( http://www4.ntu.ac.uk/van_geest/index.html ) who work tirelessly to crack the cancer code. Last year we raised over £1,100 and it would be great to smash that total this year and really help the centre once again.

Once the auction closes the winning bidder will be notified and they make payment direct to the Just Giving page set up for the charity https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/connectedten there will be a small additional charge to collect by us to cover postage and secure packaging (£5.95) before the prints are despatched by courier to their new homes.

All prints will be made on A3 Fotospeed fine art papers using archival pigment inks. They will be packaged flat in Fotospeed A3 paper boxes for safe transit via courier. All P&P charges reflect postage to the UK, we are happy to post overseas and will discuss P&P charges with any overseas winning bidder.

We hugely appreciate all support you can give to help us help the charity, this is a superb way of owning a bespoke piece of art as well as doing some good for an amazing charity.
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Lot #26 - Signed Sea Fever Book - By David Baker
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Lot #27 - A Walk in the Rain by Doug Chinnery
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Lot #1: Paul Kenny - Copper Mine #4
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Lot #24: Rhythm and Dance by Valda Bailey
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Lot #23: Mark Littlejohn - Pale Shelter
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Lot #22: David Baker - Shore North West
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Lot #25: Beech Veil, Wharfedale by Lizzie Shepherd
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Lot #2: Mountains from Molehills IX by Chris Dale
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Lot #3: Autumn Trio by Kevan Brewer
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Lot #4: Walking Alone by Richard Kightley
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Lot #5: Midnight at Midday by Pete Dyer
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Lot #6: Flow Series Padley Gorge Valerie Dalling
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Lot #7: Higger Torr by David Eberlin
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Lot #8: The High & The Mighty by Tony Sellen
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Lot #9: On Embleton Beach by Simon Lowe
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Lot #10: Jurassic Coast Cloud Formation
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Lot #11: Whitehall Farm by Chris Pattison
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Lot #12: Jokulsarlon by Nick Tsiatinis
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Lot #13: Waves at Holywell by Mat Oldershaw
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Lot #14: Ullswater Autumn by Kev Fidler
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Lot #15: Arrival at The Land of The Cyclopes
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Lot #16: Capital by Tom Rayfield
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Lot #17: Saltburn Pier by Andrew Atkinson
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Lot #18 - Sandsend by Ian Burton
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Lot #19: Spittal by Mike Barber
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Lot #20: Loch Ra and Boat at Dusk by Alastair Ross
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Lot #21: Resting Place by Dylan Nardini
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