Maggie Cochran Art Auction - Fundraising for Sea-Changers

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Sea-Changers is a UK charity, managed by a small team of volunteers who love the UK’s seas, shores and wildlife.

We give grants to UK marine charities and not for profit organisations for conservation and research projects.

Maggie Cochran is a landscape painter who likes to work in a slightly abstracted fashion while still retaining a sense of place.  Maggie is particularly inspired by the west coast of Cornwall and she also  enjoys painting her local Solent coast and other locations she has travelled to - including Shetland, which her first auction item depicts.

As a coastal landscape painter she feels passionately about our oceans. Maggie is thrilled to have this opportunity to raise funds to support UK based marine conservation. 



Lot 1
£ 325
Seascape Picture - Oil on Board
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