SUPPORTING ARTISTS AND THE NHS DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS
Curated by Mark Slowey (Event Director)
22 April – 31 May 2020

SUPPORTING ARTISTS AND THE NHS DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS
DWD Exhibitions is an organisation founded with the aims of helping raise awareness for world issues whilst helping emerging artists and charities.
The organisation hold an online Art Fair to raise awareness for charitable causes such as mental health awareness and Covid-19; showcasing artworks by artists from across the UK and Europe. Mediums range from paintings and sculpture, to poetry and performance art.
Please not that due to the country wide Lockdown, Artwork delivery’s may take longer. The artist may also post artworks after the lockdown has been lifted to ensure safety.
50% of proceeds go to the artist to help support them during this crisis.
45% of proceeds from all Isolation Nation artwork sales will be donated directly to NHS Charities.

https://www.nhscharitiestogether.co.uk
Shipping will take place when lockdown has been lifted to avoid risk of spreading Coronavirus

You can purchase the following artworks:

Remembrance

£1,500.00
By Anne Wolk
50 X 50 CM
Oil On Canvas
https://dwdevents.org/product/remembrance/
Involved in the society of digital culture, I alter film stills of science fiction movies. The motive sky tower speaks of the imagery of futuristic science, architecture and technology, which we have only become familiar with from the advancements of cinematography and computer-generated images.
The aesthetic of dystopian Hollywood blockbuster movies strongly influences my landscape paintings. I try to create a fantastical interpretation of nature in which the simultaneity of Romanticism and Utopia becomes perceptible.

Sky Tower

£1,500.00
By Anne Wolk
50 X 50 CM
Oil On Canvas
https://dwdevents.org/product/sky-tower/
The painting represents a science fiction scenery in a broad sense.
Today, landscape artworks seem to be an allegory for the social. I approach the genre in a more significant sense, referring to a global debate about climate change. Landscapes
showcase our conception of the relationship between nature and culture.
My artistic research brings forth the recurring questions: What will our habitation look like on other planets? Will we continue to embrace our technological advances in space? Will our future be a utopia or a dystopia? Many of my paintings bring forward questions of who owns Earth, our entitlement to residency, together with the possibility of new environments, be that mental or physical.