Liberté d'Expression has organised art exhibitions where the aim of these events was to give painters across the UK exposure for their art irrespective of their age, experience or artistic background whilst raising funding for really good causes.
Suiting a wide range of budgets, Liberté d'Expression can help you to find the appropriate piece of artwork; be it a painting, a photograph, a digital piece of work or a more tailor-made installation.
We offer a complete end to end project management service from conceptual illustration / proposals to creation of the artwork with the chosen artist(s) to save you and your client time, effort and money.
Of more than 500 artworks submitted, 70 paintings were selected for an 8 days exhibition. The exhibitions received over 500 visitors (both staff and clients) and sold nearly 1/3 of all paintings within days. All paintings sold (£20,943) saw 50% of the sale price go to the artist and 50% to the NSPCC. In total £10,471.50 was raised for the NSPCC. As part of the exhibition, the general public was asked to vote for their favourite paintings.
Twenty-five artists were also showcased in the Light Gallery in Marble Arch in June 2008 to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Abstract, still life, figurative or landscape subjects, there was something for all tastes.
Artist gallery sample
Liberté d'Expression is proud to present you with its exciting sample of artwork composed of a wide range of talented artists. The company currently holds a database of approximately 1,200 artists to choose from suiting a range of budgets; abstract, still life, figurative or landscape, something for all tastes.
The Artists' gallery on the website represents only a sample of the artwork available but includes a wide range of styles which will give the clients a good idea of the artwork Liberté d’Expression Ltd can provide them with.
A collection of artwork can also be tailored made to the specification of your requirements.
Beyond some emotional teenage poetry and abstract doodles during her years in high school. Sharmina never considered herself the artistic type, After moving to England in her early twenties, she put her doodling on canvas for the first time and produce her first "suprematism" artwork. That first step opened the door to a new world of artistic expression, which would also lead her to interior design, music and children's picture books.
The Torbay Hospital Gallery is funded through a charitable trust – South Devon Healthcare Arts which promotes Arts in Hospitals.