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Painting Raffle

Nyatapola Temple, Bhaktapur, Nepal 10 x 20″ Mixed Media - Nepal emergency Appeal
Nyatapola Temple, Bhaktapur, Nepal 10 x 20″ Mixed Media

This is a painting of the Nyatapola Temple erected in 1701. It is a 5-story pagoda in Bhaktapur, Nepal.

In honour of Siddha Laxmi, the Hindu goddess of prosperity, an iconic building that has survived the recent earthquake.

This can be  interpreted as  a sign of strength and hope for the Nepalese people.

I will be exhibiting a selection of my work at The Peoples Art Exhibition which runs from Friday 10th May – Sunday 12th May where the painting will be on display.

The painting  will be raffled on Sunday 12th May in Dublin to help raise much-needed funds for Nepal’s humanitarian crisis.

Please  put your name in the hat to win the painting.

Yu can donate through PayPal to Account:

You can also make a donation directly to me at the weekend and I will ensure that  100% of the proceeds will be delivered to GOAL 

Come  and say “Hello” – I will be situated on the North side of St. Stephens Green, and I would love to meet you.

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More than 7,000 people have lost their lives by this earthquake and twice as many injured – they urgently need your help.

Please donate 

Thank you for your generosity


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Landscape & Abstract Artist inspired by the timeless beauty of the Irish landscape

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