The International 3 is pleased to announce our participation in Contemporary Art Society North West, members print event at Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.
Rachel Goodyear in association with The International 3 presents a limited edition boxed set of prints of her collection of drawings titled Unable to Stop Because They Were Too Close To The Line. This print box, in an edition of 25, has been specifically created as a charity fundraiser with two thirds of the proceeds going to Cancer Research UK.
Unable to Stop Because They Were Too Close To The Line is a collection of drawings that was commissioned in 2006 by LIME, the arts organisation based within Central Manchester & Manchester NHS Trust. The drawings are a reflection of the 6-month period of chemotherapy the artist experienced to treat Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, which she translated into delicate representations of a strange woodland scene where the branches have been stripped back and a menagerie of humans and beasts have been revealed. Rachel Goodyear has since been given the all clear.
The bespoke A3 size presentation box set contains 31 prints on archive quality print paper and represents the entire collection that makes up Unable To Stop Because They Were Too Close To The Line. Each print corresponds to dimensions of the original drawings varying in size from 30cm x 42cm down to 12cm x 20cm and all are individually signed and editioned by the artist.
The limited edition print box is priced at £1350 + P&P.
Two thirds of the proceeds from sales are donated to Cancer Research U.K. with the remaining third used to support The International 3’s not for profit programme of activity.
Orders can be placed by contacting Paulette Terry Brien at The International 3 by email, email@example.com or by phone 0161 237 3336.
Further information from: www.rachelgoodyear.com/news.html