The BBC website today featured a photo of Ricky Gervais with his canvas at the Dog Project auction. The sale of his canvas raised £2,200 for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
You can visit the Hospital Gallery to view the entire collection of dog canvases, and bid on the remaining canvases at the gallery or via the Dog Project web site, until the 7th February.
(PS. You can still bid on my dog canvas until 7th February)
The Alive + Well Dog Project auction on Wednesday the 31st was a huge success, raising over £132,000 on the sale of 30 pictures. Kylie’s achieved £3,500 and Damien Hirst’s hit a whopping £27,000.
There are still 100 paintings available from the silent auction online that are at anything from £100 to £1,500 at present. Have a look and bid on the remaining canvases at:
The online auction will end on Wednesday 6th February at 5pm. Bids will be updated online until 5pm on the 5th, any bids after that will be blind. The earliest, highest bid will win.
Here are some photos from the live event:
From the top: My Dog Canvas, The Gallery, Celebrity Dog Canvases (x2)
This is my painted canvas for The Alive + Well Dog Project for which we recently designed the web site at Camber. Check out the site to view the full gallery of canvases including some well-known artists and celebrities.
Alive + Well will be auctioning the contributed dog canvases to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. If you would like to place a bid for my canvas, please click here.
You can find out more about The Dog Project in this previous post or by visiting the following web sites: