Red Sixty Seven artwork lottery and book
Red Sixty Seven is a collaboration between 67 authors and 67 artists with a single goal: to raise funds to support conservation work aiming to reverse the declines of our most at-risk birds. Contributors include Chris Packham, Ann Cleeves, Samuel West, Natalie Bennett, David Lindo, Gill Lewis, Darren Woodhead, Carry Akroyd, Jane Smith and Patrick Barkham.
The 67 artworks are being sold as part of the project through 67 ‘lucky dip’ tickets. By purchasing one of the 67 tickets you are guaranteed to receive one of the artworks, but you will not know which one until the tickets and artworks are drawn from a hat on Friday 14th February 2020.
Might you secure the beautiful stained-glass creation of Rachel Taylor, the beautiful watercolour of Darren Woodhead or the pop art of Chris Packham? Show some love this Valentine’s Day, join in the fun and support the work of BTO and RSPB.
This PDF guide has been put together to show you the 67 artworks. The crops used in this guide may differ from those used in the book.
Don’t forget to purchase a copy of the book too, which brings together the artworks with 67 texts, written by a diverse range of authors, to produce a wonderfully engaging account of these Red-listed birds.
Find out more and purchase tickets, books, T-shirts and badges:
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