Artists Say No To Empty Plates

by Garth Gratrix in Blackpool, England, United Kingdom

Artists Say No To Empty Plates

Total raised £485

raised so far



We are selling edition prints by our current artist in residence Charlotte Dawson, to raise funds for Blackpool Food Bank & At The Grange.

by Garth Gratrix in Blackpool, England, United Kingdom

We're still collecting donations

On the 21st December 2020 we'd raised £485 with 12 supporters in 41 days. But as every pound matters, we're continuing to collect donations from supporters.

Abingdon Studios has been running for 7 years as an artist-led community within a studio and project space in Blackpool.

Part of the public programme includes Work/Leisure- a residency programme aimed to support emerging artists to develop new work in response to Blackpool.

This year, artist in residence Charlotte Dawson has created a series of limited edition prints to sell with the specific purpose of raising funds to help Blackpool Food Bank and At the Grange Community Centre continue to provide much needed free meals for young people living in some of the poorest wards in the country in proximity to where our studios are based.

This is an opportunity to own a limited edition artwork by an upcoming artist and support two charitable causes in one.

There are 5 designs by the artists and each one has 10 available to buy. They are printed on 300gsm paper with a soft touch laminate finish. The work is inspired by the artists time in Blackpool and a prolific collection of plate sculptures being made currently for a larger scale installation to be exhibited in Blackpool in 2021 at Abingdon Studios.

Each print is £40


This project offered rewards

£40 or more

Limited edition artist prints by Charlotte Dawson

A limited-edition print run by Charlotte Dawson 5 designs. 10 of each design available (unframed on 300gsm soft-touch lamination paper)

Show your support

Payment and personal details are protected