I don’t have to introduce the Boundary Gallery – you all know that we have been in existence since 1986 and closed it in 2011. Since then, though no longer in a gallery space, we are still continuing being active and now that we have entered a new era, world wide, want to stay active. We are trying to raise money for the wonderful people who help us with people who look after patients suffering from Corona Virus. So far we have raised £300 through Instagram but would like to continue and multiply that amount tenfold, at least…
I have put together a list from the stock and I hope you will have the time to look at it. From every picture that sells, we will donate at least 10 % towards what we believe, is a wonderful cause – the NHS.
Emil Degasperi, and Austrian artist, was so inspired by starting this etching that he decided, because he couldn’t, to finish it no matter what. It took him 36 hours non-stop to complete.
Nelly Vago, winner of the highest prize for costume design in Hungary, created this design for the Royal Opera House in Budapest for the performance of Don Giovanni.
If you would like any further information on the pictures then do not hesitate to contact us. There will be more to follow in due course.
I wish you all the very best – fingers crossed that this period will come to an end in the not too distant future.
With my warmest and best wishes
I look forward to hearing from you if you would like more information on any of the above pieces. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate your request.