Art on a Postcard - The Hepatitis C Trust

BIDDING OPEN | 15 - 29 SEPTEMBER 2022 | Register Here

Art on a Postcard (AOAP) is delighted to announce the upcoming mini auction in collaboration with gowithYamo. gowithYamo’s Nathalie Brough has guest curated an auction of over twenty artists, including K Blick, Lee Johnson, Lisa Wright and Maayan Sophia Weisstub. Proceeds from this auction will go to The Hepatitis C Trust and their efforts to eliminate hepatitis C.  

Amongst the featured artists are Karen Turner, an award-winning Suffolk-based artist whose work focuses on the scrutiny around the physical body; London-born sculptor Wilfrid Wood, who made Spitting Image heads after graduating from St Martins; and Felicitas Aga, based between Germany and England, whose practice engages critically with genres of still life and portraiture. And we are delighted to welcome back Lisa Wright whose nature adorned figures have made a few appearances over the years.  

We are pleased to include many emerging artists including Joshua Donkor, a Ghanian British portrait painter whose practice subverts the monolithic portrayals of Black identity; Gabrielle-Aimée Séguin, a current RCA MA student whose work has previously been shortlisted for the Chaiya Art Awards; and Matilda Sutton, a London-born artist whose practice oscillates between painting, sculpture and texture.  

Participating Artists

Christine Wilkinson • David Woodward • Felicitas Aga • Florence W • Gabrielle Séguin • Gill Button • Joshua Donkor • K Blick • Karen Turner • Kay Gasei • Lee Johnson • Lisa Wright • Lola Dupre • Martin Jessup • Matilda Sutton • Maayan Sophia Weisstub • Megan Rea • Nicholas Marschner • Phoebe Hudson • Rebecca Gilpin • Stephanie Ramplin • Wilfred Wood • William GC Brown •

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The Auction Collective was established by former Christie's auctioneer and Contemporary Art Specialist Tom Best.

Tom spent six years at Christie’s London as an auctioneer, and two years in humanitarian aid before combining these twin passions for art and social good.

The Auction Collective is an auction services platform that helps artists, arts organisations and charities run efficient and enjoyable auctions. Combining a suite of innovative in- person and online auction technology with a wealth of auction expertise and advice, The Auction Collective makes the auction process a simple, effective, and enjoyable experience from start to finish

The Hepatitis C Trust is the national charity for people with hepatitis C. It is a patient-led and patient-run organisation; most of its board, staff and volunteers have had hepatitis C themselves. It is committed to eliminating hepatitis C in the UK by 2025. Its strategy is based around pillars of better prevention, increased diagnosis and treatment for all.

Helpline staff also provide patient-centred responses via email and run a designated prison freephone helpline service for prisoners across the UK. Its policy and parliamentary team works across the UK Parliament and the devolved nations to ensure hepatitis C stays firmly on the political agenda. It also publishes a range of reports and resources on aspects of the hepatitis C care pathway.    

PLEASE DO NOT BID ON ARTWORK IN OUR ART ON A POSTCARD AUCTIONS IF YOU INTEND ON SELLING THE ARTWORK AFTER YOU HAVE PURCHASED IT. THIS AUCTION HAS BEEN ORGANISED FOR CHARITY AND ALL ARTWORKS HAVE BEEN GENEROUSLY DONATED BY THE ARTISTS TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE HEPATITIS C TRUST. WHEN THE WORK PRODUCED FOR THE CHARITY IS SOLD ON THE SECONDARY MARKET IT DAMAGES OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ARTIST AND PREVENTS US FROM FUNDRAISING.