Ambassadeur Art gallery opened this year donating 1% of their profit to a charity for children with life-limiting illnesses.
Newly opened art gallery located on Westover Road named, Ambassadeur Art, have decided this year to support and partner with the charity, Amelia’s Rainbow.
The galleries’ co-founders Iain Alexander, Matt Corica and Mike Corica, embrace modern and contemporary art in their exhibition .
It’s known to holding ‘a fresh touch of London’s cutting edge,’ with their artwork being sold by famous clients such as David Beckham, Sir Dylan Jones and Michael Ballack.
Amelia’s Rainbow is a charity that supports the children in Dorset, with life threatening illnesses due to the passing of Amelia-Grace Cooper in June 2010 after battling with Neuroblastoma.
Vanessa Watkins, Manager of Ambassadeur Art Gallery comments: “It’s all very close to Iain Alexander’s heart, as his mother used to work with children with disabilities and as an artist, he has always been interested in giving.”
The gallery have decided to give 1% of their proceeds to the Amelia’s Rainbow charity as “the company had been involved with the parents of the young girl,” Says Watkins.
Its all Fun
As well as the charity aiming to keep these kids strong and alive, the work produced at Ambassadeur Art has been described from Rebekah Murray, Student from University of East London, as “alive, fun and constantly on the move.”
This happens to be in correlation with the purpose of the charity as,
“all monies granted go towards creating an environment that is full of fun, laughter, achievement and memories.” – Amelia’s Rainbow
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