2024's theme is through my gaze. We believe it will encourage the audience to bear in mind how people’s lived experiences can affect how they see the world. The theme allows the artist to tell their story, and show the audience life; through their gaze.
As you view the gallery, if (when!) you are moved by a particular piece, you have the opportunity to buy the beautiful artwork for your home or loved ones whilst supporting those affected by ataxia.
All artworks will be sized A3 (42 x 29.7cm) or A4 (29.7 x 21cm) and they will appear anonymously until the work is bought. Every piece will be priced at the set price of £75. Enjoy the fun of discovering which artist’s work you have purchased only after you’ve bought it, and take pleasure in discovering great talent!
Interested in purchasing an artwork or exhibiting your piece of art? Register your interest by following the link below.
With numerous works to choose from, many exclusively made for through my gaze, we hope you’ll find a work you love whilst supporting those affected by ataxia.
The proceeds of the exhibition will help fund research into treatments and cures for the ataxias as well as to support those affected by ataxia until a cure can be found.
All artwork will be available in our eShop from 4th & 31st March. Make sure to register your interest in becoming a buyer. When these one-off pieces of art are gone, they're gone!
The online gallery will be open from 4th March until 31st March 2024.
If you wish to be notified of the gallery opening, or if you want to take part as an artist, register your interest here.
The exhibition will take place virtually from 4th to 31st March 2024.
Between 4th & 31st March 2024, you'll be able to buy stunning, one-off pieces of art directly via our eShop.
We'll be posting teasers of art on Ataxia UK's social channels in the lead-up to the art exhibition, so make sure to keep an eye out on our socials.
In the meantime, if you wish to be notified of the shop opening, or if you want to take part in the 2024 edition of 'through my gaze' as an artist, register your interest here.
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