Lucy Stein produces artwork for charity auction

30th Jan 2017

Following the awful storms that hit Cornwall in February 2014, the normally peaceful and romantic harbour in Porthleven was in pieces. 10 out of the 40 boats were destroyed, and huge two tonne harbour defences were left broken, floating around in the water below. Fast forward three years and the wood from the former baulks is being put to good use in aid of The Fishermen’s Mission, a charity who raise much needed funds for fishing communities around the country. The wood has been cut down into manageable sizes and given to artists near and far, including Lucy Stein, Rick’s niece, to create something unique which can be auctioned off to help support the vital work the charity does in Cornwall. Lucy’s painting, entitled ‘Red Moon Cycle’, will sit alongside nearly 200 pieces of art, sculpture and furniture when the auction takes place on Saturday 18th March.

Keep an eye on their Facebook page for more updates and to see some of the artwork that’s for sale.


Dates for your diary:

Outdoor projection: 5th February

On the evening anniversary of the storm, all the pieces of art that have been created for the auction will be projected onto the Porthleven clock tower for everyone to see. (Weather permitting)

Art Exhibition: 5th – 10th March

Get a closer look at the amazing range of art that’s been created at Porthleven Old Lifeboat House Gallery – open 10.30am till 4.30pm.

Auction: 18th March from 4pm

Live at the Atlantic Inn in Porthleven on Saturday 18th, you can bid for your favourite piece, with all proceeds going directly to The Fishermen’s Mission. If you can’t make it to the event, you can bid online by following the link below.

Find out more about the auction and charity as a whole here.

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