Our annual art fundraiser, A Letter in Mind, is our creative way of raising money for Queen Square.
A Letter in Mind came back with a bang for our fifth birthday! We received an explosion of 391 colourful, vibrant and must-have artworks for sale, all at just £85 each and, to date, 209 have been sold!
We’re grateful to the abundance of talented artists who gave us their support for 2018. These include former BP Portrait Award winner Ishbel Myerscough, Royal Academy Summer Exhibition exhibitor Frank Kiely, designers Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan; author and illustrator Chris Riddell, illustrators Tim Hopwood, Polly Dunbar and Bethan Woollvin; artist and curator Harry Pye; musician, artist and former member of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds James Johnston; charity Headliners Kevin Eldon and Sophie Thompson, actor Stephen Campbell Moore; and award-winning architects Laurie Chetwood, Andrew Grant and Amin Taha. To mark our fifth year, acclaimed British sculptor, Antony Gormley, donated a special artwork which sold alongside A Letter in Mind, via silent auction.
All artwork envelopes are priced at £85 and sold anonymously at the exhibition or online. The artists’ names are only revealed once an artwork has sold.
If you couldn’t make it along to the gallery, then look at our online gallery, where you will be able to browse and buy from the comfort of your own home!
All proceeds from A Letter in Mind help the one in six affected by a neurological condition.