Scotney Old Castle 10 10 Campaign With Art By Three

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We are Art By Three, triplets who paint together, 6 hands instead of 2!

You may have seen us on TV last year when we were featured on Sky Landscape Artist of the Year painting Scotney Old Castle.

Scotney Castle is one of our favourite National Trust Properties so when they told us about the Scotney 10 10 Campaign we wanted to be involved in some way.

We have produced cards of our triptych which are available in the shop, the proceeds of which will go to the Campaign but we have also decided to donate 50% from the sale of the original triptych to the cause.

The artwork is painted in acrylics and each box canvas panel measures 10" by 12".

You can see more of our story in the Autumn 2017 National Trust Magazine, visit us at www.artbythree.co.uk or follow us on www.facebook.com/artbytriplets.

Help us support this amazing property for future generations.
If you are local to Scotney Castle and win this auction we would love to present the art to you ourselves and maybe buy you a cream tea!
Alternatively you could come and see us at our studio. If you live further afield of course we will post it to you.

Thank You

Rachel, Rebekah & Sarah- Art By Three
 
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Scotney Old Castle 1010 Campaign with Art By Three
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