#Connected2019 Exhibition - Charity Auction supporting Dementia UK

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As part of the #Connected2019 exhibition, organised and curated by R&K Photographic partnership Rob & Karen Knight, we are supporting Dementia UK as our chosen charity. 

This year we have a wide range of donated fine art prints, hand made books, portfolios, workshops and mentoring sessions donated by artists and photographers across the #Connected community.

All prints will be printed on Fotospeed fine art papers using A3 paper size unless stated otherwise in the description for the item.

The choice of this years charity was put to a community vote with Dementia UK being the overall highest number and percentage of votes.

Please do take a moment to browse the auction lots and make a bid to help us support the important work of Dementia UK.

A little bit about Dementia UK and the important work they do:

Dementia UK provides specialist dementia support for families through our Admiral Nurse service.
 Admiral Joe inspired the creation of Dementia UK
Admiral Joe
When things get challenging or difficult, our nurses work alongside people with dementia and their families: giving them the one-to-one support, expert guidance and practical solutions they need, and that can be hard to find elsewhere.

Admiral Nurses are continually trained, developed and supported by Dementia UK. Families that have their support have someone truly expert and caring by their side – helping them to live more positively with dementia in the present, and to face the challenges of tomorrow with more confidence and less fear.

Why Admiral Nursing?

Admiral Nurses were named by the family of Joseph Levy CBE BEM, who founded the charity. Joseph had vascular dementia and was known affectionately as “Admiral Joe” because of his love of sailing.

Our vision

Specialist and compassionate dementia support for all families that need it.

Our mission

Increase Admiral Nurse coverage across the UK
Raise awareness and understanding of Admiral Nursing
Provide robust evidence for the effectiveness of Admiral Nursing
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 1- Whitby West Pier (Print)
Lot 2
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 2 - The Fence Line (Print)
Lot 3
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 3 - Black Beach (Print)
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 4 - Autumn Ent (Print)
Lot 5
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 5 - Wave Funktion 4 (Print)
Lot 6
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 6 - David Baker 8 print box
Lot 7
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 7 - North Norfolk (Print)
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 8 - Mount Gabriel (Print)
Lot 9
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 9 - Dominique MacLellan Set
Lot 10
£ 75
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 10 - Another Place (Print)
Lot 11
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 11 - Standing Proud (Print)
Lot 12
£ 35
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 12 - Autumnal Tree (Print)
Lot 13
£ 125
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 13 - Jo Stephen 3 print set
Lot 14
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 14 - Breathing Space (Print)
Lot 15
£ 230
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#Lot 15 - Dignity (Signed & Framed)
Lot 16
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 16 - Fronds (Print)
Lot 17
£ 410
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 17 - Mark Littlejohn print
Lot 18
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 18 - Barring Disaster(Print)
Lot 19
£ 25
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 19 - York Minster (Print)
Lot 20
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 20 - Saltburn (Print)
Lot 21
£ 45
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 21 - Solargraphs (Book)
Lot 22
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 22 - Life's an Ocean (Print)
Lot 23
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 23 - Agave Plant (Print)
Lot 24
£ 80
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 24 - Bespoke handmade book
Lot 25
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 25 - Bolehill Quarry (Print)
Lot 26
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 26 - Mick Houghton 2x Prints
Lot 27
£ 300
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 27 - 6 Month Mentoring
Lot 28
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 28 - Karl Holtby Print
Lot 29
£ 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 29 - Keel Lines III (Print)
Lot 30
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 30 - Nisus (Print)
Lot 31
£ 35
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 31 - Exhibition framed image
Lot 32
£ 65
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 32 - Snow Showers (print)
Lot 33
£ 45
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 33 - Workshop
Lot 34
£ 125
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#Connected2019 - #Lot 34 - Custom hand made book
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#Lot 35 - Coast Zine and Print #1 by Steven Lawson
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