Mental Health Awareness month: support Woman’s Trust

Fundraising

Can you help me to raise funds for Woman’s Trust, to help them help people at great risk during lockdown?

I’m giving Woman’s Trust 50% of profits from the sale of images on this page – but only during Mental Health Awareness Month, May 2020 (so please don’t hang around!).


Images from my breakdown

The images in this slideshow were drawn during my 2018 breakdown:

You can read more about my breakdown on Saatchi Art, where 8″ x 12″ prints of these images are on sale for between £30 and £45 (click here to open in a new window).

If you want something more exclusive – signed, limited edition prints, please keep reading this page.

(Either way, don’t forget to order before the end of May 2020 if you want to donate to Woman’s Trust.)


Signed, limited edition prints

The images above are also available in limited editions of 15 signed prints, but only on this website.

They’re on heavyweight archival paper, with lightfast inks, and come signed with a certificate.

And there’s more

The following drawings were commissioned specifically for Woman’s Trust by my late friend Tazeen Ahmad, who helped me to find confidence in my writing and drawing after I came out of hospital.

The originals sold last year. These signed, limited edition prints are on heavyweight archival paper, with lightfast inks. There are just 25 of each.

I’ll withdraw them from sale at the end of May.

NOTE: All prices include postage in the UK.

Be Drawn for Soho’s Homeless: Jonathan Bannister

Fundraising

Jonathan waves his hands very expressively, so I gave him more than two.

In case you think that I’m unhappy about this, I am absolutely not. It was a delightful challenge, and made me smile.

But I see that I somehow let (one of) his right hand(s) lose the rings he wears. Oops! That’s speed-drawing for you.

This was drawn as part of a fundraiser organised by The Union members club, to raise money for Soho’s Homeless.

Here’s a sense of Jonathan’s expressive movement:


You too can help The Union to raise funds for Soho’s homeless

To find out how, Read This>>


Be Drawn for Soho’s Homeless: Zoe Cunningham

Fundraising

I’m not absolutely sure where Zoe’s based, but she has a wonderful view.

Unfortunately, there was no way to capture it and keep her from going into silhouette, so she sat in front of this interestingly spare clock.

This was drawn as part of a fundraiser organised by The Union members club, to raise money for Soho’s Homeless.

Here’s the moment where Zoe takes a peek:


You too can help The Union to raise funds for Soho’s homeless

To find out how, Read This>>


Be Drawn for Soho’s Homeless: Inez and Eliza

Fundraising

A club member asked me to draw his daughters, and their beloved dogs – an exciting challenge!

Afterwards, he said:

We absolutely love these. Thank you so much, they will be treasured and a poignant reminder of how lucky we are at a hugely challenging time for so many.

No video this time.


You too can help The Union to raise funds for Soho’s homeless

To find out how, Read This>>