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‘Help Syrian Refugees’ Charity Art Auction


Help Syrian Refugees Charity Art Auction


The wonderful Emily Owen (@TomboyPrincess), a regular face in the world of comic and art conventions here in the UK and co-creator of Pup & Grumpicorn is currently running an eBay Charity auction to help Syrian Refugees. 100% of the proceeds of these auctions will be going towards aiding refugees by providing them with warm clothes and bedding during what is one of the coldest Winters in the region in 20 years.

I am very proud that three pieces of my own artwork are included in this auction and with a starting price of only 99p(!) with only £2.50 thrown in for postage and packaging, it is a perfect time to pick up some original artwork for an incredibly affordable price whilst also giving your money to a tremendous cause. The three pieces donated can be seen in more detail below. Simply click on the image or the link below each picture to be taken directly to the eBay listing.


Seasons 24

Colour Me Mindful Seasons – Harvest Festival – LINK TO LISTING

250mm x 250mm

Original Page from the 2015 book Colour Me Mindful: Seasons, published by Orion Publishing, signed by the artist.

(Watermark will not be on the original page)


Colour Me Mindful Tropical – Tropical Toucan – LINK TO LISTING

258mm x 236mm

Original Page from the 2015 book Colour Me Mindful: Tropical, published by Orion Publishing, signed by the artist.

(Watermark will not be on the original page)


Ocean

Original Art Print – Ocean – LINK TO LISTING

26cm x 42cm

Original Art Print signed by the artist.


Be sure to also check out Emily’s other eBay listings for some wonderful artwork by some very talented local artists and good friends. You can also donate directly to the Red Cross’ Syria Crisis Appeal or the UNHCR, The UN Refugee Agency.


Your Story Is Not Over


Since the #ColourMeMindful series of adult colouring books from Orion Publishing was released two weeks ago, I have been overwhelmed by the amount of people sharing their mental health stories with me either via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or even email. I have always been very open about my own personal issues with mental health, but I never even considered that I would end up drawing a book which would touch so many people who are going through or have gone through the same problems that I have faced.

In light of this I will be starting a series of blog posts about mental health; either my personal experiences and the tools I use to cope; or raising awareness of causes that are close to my heart and that I have a connection with. But, to start off small, I would like to share a small doodle I did over the weekend in light of an article I have recently written about colouring in as art therapy and a long chat I had with a good friend who is going through some difficult times.

I have uploaded this in a high resolution so it is free for you to download and print if you would like to colour it yourself. Simply click the image and it will take you to a higher resolution image which you can right click to ‘save as’ on your computer. I would love to see your colours if you choose to fill it in, so please feel free to share with me on Instagram (@anastasiacatris) or Twitter (@acatris)


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