Artists give works for hospice


More than 40 artists have donated original works of art to support Peninsula Home Hospice.

Their “traditional to contemporary” works will be sold through a silent auction art show, Unframed-Art. 

The auction will be attended by the artists and held  5pm Saturday 13 April, at Southern Bouys Studios, Mornington.

The auction is a fundraising event  for Peninsula Home Hospice,  a not-for-profit, community palliative care organisation that provides free palliative care and practical support to people living at home with a life threatening illness.

The home hospice care team includes specialist palliative care nurses, counsellor-case workers, palliative medical consultants, a spiritual care worker, art therapist, occupational therapist, music therapist, client resource advocate and trained client care volunteers. There are more than 70 volunteers who are carers or fundraisers.

Tickets to the art auction are at: trybooking/unframed-art, or by calling Southern Bouys Studios on 5973 2403.

First published in the Southern Peninsula News – 2 April 2019


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