Homegrown Art & Music for Huntington's

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Welcome to Homegrown Art & Music for Huntington's Online Auction of Professional Artworks in aid of Huntington's Disease Awareness.

Huntington's disease is an incurable genetic condition which causes physical and mental deterioration. The condition, progresses over a number of years and, as the disease progresses, the person with HD loses their ability to walk, talk, eat, think clearly & control their movement. Often described as being Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Motor-Neuron Disease all rolled into oneHuntington's Disease is still classed as 'rare' (nearly 8000 people in the UK have it) and, as such, public and professional 'awareness' of the disease is limited.
The aim of Homegrown Art & Music for Huntington's' and this auction, therefore, is to raise funds for Awareness training for a wide range of health and social care professionals both in the Fylde Coast area and beyond.

Barring one item – the bronze head (which is extremely heavy), standard UK postage will be free to item winners. However, if the individual winning bidder’s requirements (i.e. insurance,  geographical location) transcend standard rate postage, this will need to be negotiated at time of purchase.


A catalogue of all the kindly donated items here is available at www.Homegrownart.org (this also includes artists statements and biographical details).


Please note that whilst some of the items are listed as ‘framed’ – the framing quality differs from item to item and therefore should not be considered as part of the ‘value’ of the artwork. Also, it is worth looking carefully at the approximate size of each piece as the images displayed might appear visually deceptive 

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Lot 1
£ 120
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'The Perpetual Prisoner of War' - Scott Oram
Lot 2
£ 60
2
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‘Skippool: boat at low tide' - Graham Berry
Lot 3
£ 150
4
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‘Louis Armstrong' - Andy Austin
Lot 4
£ 80
5
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Hope - Steve Urwin
Lot 5
£ 30
1
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'Standing Nude' -Janice Williams,
Lot 6
£ 60
4
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'Day Trippers' - Sandra Chapman Ford
Lot 7
£ 30
1
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‘Wyre Light, Fleetwood' - Brent Cousins
Lot 8
£ 50
3
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‘Herdy’s, Eskdale’ - Julie Robinson-Southward
Lot 9
£ 40
2
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‘Rambling in the Dales’ - Julie Robinson-Southward
Lot 10
£ 170
9
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'Paradise' - Paul Heeley
Lot 11
£ 40
2
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'The Unpublished Maps' - Laura Shevaun Green
Lot 12
£ 30
1
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‘12th Century Nepalese Sculpture' - Jai Chuhan
Lot 13
£ 30
1
NOT STARTED
'Crowd Wander' - Jasmir Creed
Lot 14
£ 20
1
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Hortus - Richard Creed
Lot 15
£ 50
3
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Green Storm at Sea - Scott Oram
Lot 17
£ 90
3
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'Bouquet' - Sheila Maddison
Lot 18
£ 30
1
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'Red Rhumba' - Ursula Starr
Lot 19
£ 30
1
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'Purple Polka' - Ursula Starr
Lot 20
£ 250
15
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Shipwreck - Miker Art
Lot 21
£ 30
1
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Untitled - Robin Ross
Lot 22
£ 40
2
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'The Plagiarist' - David Knopfler
Lot 23
£ 30
1
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'Claudette' - Peter Jamieson Sinclair
Lot 26
£ 30
1
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'Border Keep' - Donald Ritchie
Lot 27
£ 40
2
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'The Dance in Gold' - Rozz Cutler
Lot 28
£ 100
4
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Saturday Night Dance-Hall Days - Scott Oram
Lot 29
£ 30
1
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'Peaceable Recluse' (1969) - Keith Sutton
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