Art on a Postcard - The Hepatitis C Trust

Winter Auction 2022

Bidding is open from 27 October - 15 November via Dreweatts Auction House.

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 Art on a Postcard (AOAP) returns with its highly anticipated Winter Auction featuring a curated collection of emerging and established artists, including national treasure Grayson Perry CB RA, Brooklyn-based surreal artist Clayton Schiff who is listed as being ‘ultra-contemporary’, emerging talent Caroline Wong, who is currently soaring in popularity, and British artist Gavin Turk who has donated a piece which incorporates his current project, Portrait of an Egg. Over 200 hand-picked artists have submitted works, with bidding starting at £50 to raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust and their campaign to eliminate hepatitis C in the UK by the year 2030.

We are always championing emerging young artists; this Auction includes works by Miyeon Yi current RCA student, whose work depicts everyday objects and the memory attached to them; Zurich-based Orlando Marosini whose colourful, energetic works are inspired by artists such as Basquiat and de Kooning; Rose Electra Harris, who won the Bainbridge Open at The Art Academy Prizes (2018) recently had a solo exhibition at Greatorex Studios, London; and Glasgow-based Isaac Aldridge who strives to explore the post digital in his bold and unexpected paintings.
We are proud to feature a number of Royal Academicians in this Auction, including Chris Orr MBE RA, Stephen Chambers RA, Kenneth Draper RA, Norman Ackroyd RA, Ian Ritchie OBE RA and Mick Rooney RA. We are also delighted to welcome back AOAP alums Helen Beard, Ryan Mosley, Lois Wallace, Kelly-Anne Davitt, and Max Renneisen among many others.
'This auction is dedicated to Mark Peppé who died on June 24 2022 which was also his 88th birthday. Mark took part in every winter auction since we started in 2014, raising thousands of pounds for The Hepatitis C Trust. His submissions were an array of intimate family portraits, copies of old masters and brilliant colourful abstracts. After training as a figurative painter under Coldstream at The Slade, Mark's abstracts were an enjoyable departure from his customary style. He'll be massively missed not just by us but by many of you who will have followed our auctions over the years.' - Gemma Peppé, Director of Art on a Postcard

Participating Artists

Adam Easton • Adam Koukoudakis • Adam Linn • Adam Taylor • Aidan Myers • Alan Fears • Aleesha Nandhra • Alex Hanna • Ali Yanya • Allan Martin • Amy Shelton • Andrew Cranston • Andrew Mockett • Andrew Torr • Andy Swani • Anna Bortsova • Anna Valgreen • Anne von Freyburg • Archie Franks • Bess Harding • Bidisha Mamata • Bijijoo • Boo Saville • Brian McKenzie • Bronwen Malcolm • Bryony Bensly • Caroline Wong • CealWarnants • Cecilia Granara • Charles Williams • Chris Orr RA • Claire Cansick • Clare Dudeney • Clayton Schiff • Conor Rogers • Damien Flood • Dan Cimmermann • Dan Gluibizzi • Dan McFall • Daniel Jensen • Daniel MacCarthy • Darren Shaddick • David Harrison • David Pescod • Davina Jackson • Diego Palacios • Duncan Grant • Ela Menescal • Eleanor Nadimi • Elise Ansel • Elizabeth Chisholm • Ella Freire • Emily B Yang • Emily Mannion • Emily Woodard • Emma Davis • Erik Solin • Erika B Hess • Eugenia Cuellar • Florent Stosskopf • Frea Buckler • Gavin Turk • Genevieve Leavold • Georgia Peskett • Gethin Evans • Godfried Donkor • Gordon Close • Grant Watson • Grayson Perry RA • Greg Becker • Han Han • Hannah Kate Absalom • Hannah Thomas • Hannah van der Weide • Haroun Hayward • Heath Kane • Heidi Lichterman • Helen Beard • Helen Bur • Henrike Gomber • Hesi Glowacki • Hilary Bond • Holly Frean • Howard Fonda • Huddie Hamper • Ian C McNicol • Ian Everard • Ian Ritchie OBE RA • Irini Bachlitzanaki • Isaac Aldridge • Isabel Reitemeyer • Jack Milroy • Jack Penny • Jahan Gerrard • James Springall • Jan Lee Johnson • Jason Gibilaro • Jeffrey Harrison • Jennifer Hornyak • Jessica Bird • Johanna Seidel • Joy Hillyer • Julia Cox • Julia Hamilton • Kate Domash • Kate Mieczkowska • Kate Sherman • Katharina Renneisen • Katherine Benson • Katherine Perrins • Katrina Lyne-Watt • Kelly-Anne Davitt • Kenneth Draper RA • Kerry Louise Bennett • Kirsty Harris • Laila Tara H • Lara Cobden • Laura Collins • Lawrence F Crane • Lee Madgwick • Leo Fox • Lily Snowden-Fine • Linda Schwab • Lindsay Mapes • Liz Marr • Lois Wallace • Lotta Camilla Teale • Luzamba M Zemba • Lyle Perkins • Mark Connolly • Markus Vater • Martin Davis • Mary Romer • Matthew Cort • Max Renneisen • Mel Arzamarski • Michael Dawson • Michael Slusakowicz • Mick Rooney RA • Mie Olise • Mit Senoj • Miyeon Yi • Nadia Tsakova • Nan Collantine • Nathalie Kingdon • Neil Bousfield • Nick Smith • Nicole Gagnum • Nicolette Nadimi • Noelle Phares • Norman Ackroyd RA • Oliver Hoffmeister • Olivia Mansfield • Olivia Rose Durley • Oona Grimes • Orlando Marosini •Özlem Thompson• Patrick Hughes • Paula Boyd-Barrett • Peter Jones • Peter Messer • Philip Cole • Piers Tobias Alsop • Pip Shuckburgh • Prachi Gothi • Rebecca Sitar • Rebecca Swainston • René Romero Schuler • Renee Yau • Richard J Butler • Robert James Clarke • Robert Pokorny • Robyn Litchfield • Rory Prout • Rosalind Hobley • Rosanna Gaddoni • Rose Electra Harris • Rosie McGuinness • Russell Herron • Ryan Mosley • Sadie Tierney • Salvatore Fiorello • Sam Jackson • Sam Wood • Sara Bonache Ríos • Sarah Arsenault • Sarah Bold • Sarah Targett • Sean Worrall • Serpil Mavi Üstün • Shem • Simon Bartram • Simon Keenleyside • Simone Dawood • Sophie Wake • Stephen Chambers RA • Stephen Earl Rogers • Steve Nyaga • STMTS • Sue Bryan • Susie Hamilton • Suzanne Clements • Szabotage • Tin Stanton • Toby Holmes • Tom Genders • Tomàs Morell • Tristan Gittens • Tushar Sabale • Tyson Valentine Sharp • Weef • William Sherval • Zachary Keeting • Zara Matthews • Zena Blackwell •

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.     

The Bomb Factory is an exciting, dynamic community arts hub based across three sites; Archway in North London, Chelsea in South West London and Covent Garden in Central.

The Bomb Factory is a resource for the public, holding high-profile exhibitions and events, as well as wide-ranging education and outreach programmes for the local communities of North and South West London. The Bomb Factory is home to a supportive community of over 75 resident artists who help to facilitate the public programme.

Dreweatts auctioneers was established in 1759 and is one of the foremost auction houses in the UK.

It comprises 22 specialist departments ranging from Fine Art (Old Master Paintings, British & European Pictures, Modern & Contemporary art), Jewellery and Watches, Silver, Wine, Books and Manuscripts, British & European Ceramics & Glass, Decorative Arts & Modern Design, Ephemera, Furniture, House Sales & Collections, Clocks, Barometers and Scientific Instruments, Asian Ceramics and Works of Art and Live Steam and Model Engineering.

It holds regular specialist sales from a highly-qualified expert team, totalling more than 70 sales per year including curated Interiors sales, single owner collections and house sales.

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.