Art goes under hammer to mark sanctuary’s 25th - The Evesham Observer

Art goes under hammer to mark sanctuary’s 25th

Evesham Editorial 19th Aug, 2018   0

AN ART auction with a difference will be on offer to raise cash for a much-loved Middle Littleton animal sanctuary, which celebrates a quarter of a century in business this year.

Numerous artists have put their names to artwork to mark 25th year of Farm Animal Sanctuary

Local and national prize winning artists have joined together for the charity art auction to raise funds to support the 550 animal residents who have found their forever home.

Jan Taylor, sanctuary founder, said: “At our open day on Sunday, September 2, visitors will be able to view the original artwork, meet some of the artists and animals and place a bid on art.

“It’s a fun day out featuring craft stalls, animal welfare talks and vegan food.”

Jan and her welfare team have to raise £3,000 per week to cover specialist feed and veterinary care for pigs, sheep, horses, alpacas and cows at the farm near Evesham.

Some of the best loved residents have been captured in the paintings including Matilda; a turkey who was rescued at Christmas by a dedicated supporter.

Exhibited art includes the work of celebrated wildlife artists from Worcestershire and the Cotswolds with pet commissions available on the day.

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