The Art of Care

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Please bid generously to help provide care for St Richard’s patients and their loved ones.

We know our supporters and the Worcestershire community  cares very much about the services St Richard's Hospice provide locally and many are disappointed to be missing out on the busy calendar of fundraising events we had planned. So we’ve put our thinking caps on to develop new ways to  fund our work whilst social distancing and invite you to bid for one of the beautiful pieces of art on our online auction. We have some amazing pieces of art from local artists, as well as some well-known artists too! Pieces vary in size, details can be seen on each individual piece. The auction will run  from 6th -  20th November 2020. 

We have a great range of fabulous, limited-edition pieces up for grabs, so take a look and bag yourself  something special. 

We hope that The Art of Care will help us raise the money we need to ensure we can be there for patients and loved ones, when they need us most.  With help from you - and our fantastic community of supporters - we are hopeful that we can come through these difficult days together.

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Lot 18
£ 35
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Original piece by Mandy Clifford
Lot 16
£ 60
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Original piece by John Horton
Lot 12
£ 20
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Original piece by Jenny Walford
Lot 8
£ 35
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Original piece by Howard Flanagan
Lot 4
£ 40
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Original piece by Frans Wesselman
Lot 11
£ 100
5
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Jack Russell MBE - Worcester Cricket print
Lot 32
£ 35
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Original piece by Laurel Fox Green
Lot 20
£ 80
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Original piece by Nicola Currie
Lot 27
£ 20
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Original piece by Roly Sandalls
Lot 19
£ 55
5
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Original piece by Nicola Currie
Lot 24
£ 40
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Original piece by Zoe Taylor
Lot 6
£ 115
5
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Henry Fraser Gorilla II - print
Lot 29
£ 50
5
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Original piece by Candy Morgan
Lot 9
£ 70
1
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Original piece by Howard Flanagan
Lot 13
£ 30
1
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Original piece by Jenny Walford
Lot 28
£ 105
15
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Original piece by Rachel Alice
Lot 26
£ 20
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Original piece by Roly Sandalls
Lot 23
£ 40
2
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Original piece by Susan Birth
Lot 1
£ 35
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Original piece by Alison Lapper MBE
Lot 10
£ 100
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Personalised pet portrait by Ellie Munn
Lot 2
£ 70
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Original piece by Charlotte Cree
Lot 3
£ 75
7
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Original piece by David Birtwhistle
Lot 14
£ 20
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Original piece by Jenny Walford
Lot 7
£ 110
7
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Henry Fraser Rhino II - print
Lot 31
£ 40
2
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John Chase - Worcester New Road print
Lot 22
£ 70
8
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Original piece by Susan Birth
Lot 25
£ 35
1
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Original piece by Zoe Taylor
Lot 15
£ 20
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Original piece by Jenny Walford
Lot 17
£ 40
5
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Original piece by Kirsten Protherough
Lot 21
£ 75
8
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Original piece by Sam Fenner
Lot 30
£ 35
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John Chase - Worcester City print
Lot 5
£ 50
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Henry Fraser -The Rainbow Parakeet print
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