Weston Hospicecare are incredibly grateful to Weston artist JPS for donating three prints to support the Mystery Art Sale.
The sale is running throughout October. Local artists have donated pieces in their droves in a bid to raise crucial funds for the hospice.
JPS’ work was on sale on eBay and fetched £296.62. The funds will support the care given by the hospice.
The artist, whose full name is Jamie Paul Scanlon, now lives in Germany. He says Weston and local charities from the area are “close to his heart”.
Kirsty Simmons, who works for the hospice, says “We cannot thank JPS enough for his generosity in giving three pieces to support the virtual event”.
The donated pieces are currently on sale until the end of October hospice’s website. Click here for the direct link.