‘Cathedral Series’ fabric prints

Mark Ware’s ‘Cathedral Series’ fabric print exhibition is currently awaiting being exhibited at The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (dates to be announced soon).

‘CATHEDRAL SERIES’

This will follow the recent tour of the sixteen fabric prints at:

The Stroke Association’s ‘Life After Stroke Centre’, Bromsgrove, from 9th May until 24th May 2013.  The purpose behind this exhibition was to help raise awareness of the extremely valuable work the Centre delivers in the region for stroke survivors.  The fabric print exhibition was the centrepiece for the centre’s 1st birthday celebrations and was also used to help focus attention on Action on Stroke Month.  To read more about the Stroke Association go to: www.stroke.org.uk

The Royal College of General Practitioners, London, from 4th June until 17th June 2013.  This was the College’s first art exhibition since it was founded in 1952.  The purpose of this exhibition was in part to raise awareness of the InterAct Reading Service charity, another charity that supports stroke survivors, and to help raise the awareness of The Royal College of General Practitioners.  To read more about InterAct Reading Service and The Royal College of General Practitioners, please go to: www.interactreading.org www.rcgp.org.uk

Wellcome Collection, London, June 19th 2013.  The work was on display in the Williams Lounge.  This was an evening event where the prints were offered for sale with a percentage of sales being given to InterAct Reading Service and The National Brain Appeal charities.  The evening was also designed to help raise awareness of both charities.  Ben Bradshaw MP kindly gave up his time to introduce the reception.  The evening was generously supported by Wellcome Collection and also part-sponsored by Arqadia Supplies and Prontaprint (Hove).  To read about The National Brain Appeal, please go to: www.nationalbrainappeal.org

Exeter Cathedral, 8th July until 25th July 2013.  The sixteen fabric prints were exhibited on the columns in Exeter Cathedral’s nave.

The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, August or September 2013 (dates to be announced).