I used to deal primarily in paintings from the 1970s 80s 90s because I knew a lot of the Royal Academicians and in 2003 I came across an artist called Banksy.
I liked his work and I started dealing in Street Art with Rachel‘s work it just hit me how wonderful it was how encapsulated everything that the nation is feeling about the NHS service and We are all trying to appreciate what the NHS and other important services are doing keeping people safe getting them better and stopping other people getting infected.
I chose We love you NHS because it spoke to me I like art that makes me feel something, and this piece does.
Sadly for me I have a very low boredom threshold so I’m having to learn a new skill it’s called relaxing.
The COVID-19 outbreak has meant that I have had to close my business entirely partly due to age and partly due to other conditions and so my gallery is closed and although people want to buy at work they can’t .
So I have seen from clients that I talk to on the phone / Zoom etc how this is affecting everybody’s family and I wanted to do something to contribute.
Rachel‘s work is making people smile
Rachel‘s work is making people appreciate that. The plan is put out the word on social media to a dedicated email address and the first 500 people that send in their name & work/delivery address with NHS ID will be sent totally free (not even paying postage) a limited edition print of this amazing image
It is the most practical way I can think of saying thank you to all individuals rather than raising money which goes into a huge NHS pot and is very impersonal
I appreciate money is needed for supplies but how much nicer to hand an individual a single red rose or a box of chocolates than to just say here’s a fiver. This artwork is of value It will be a collector’s piece in the future and it is possible that there will be a street art museum in the United Kingdom in the near future and Rachel’s work will be featured in at the addition of 500 will not be for sale what will be for sale will be 100 signed pieces and the idea is that people buy them and give them to the local hospitals.
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