Nyatapola Temple, Bhaktapur, Nepal 10 x 20″ Mixed Media - fundraiser for Goal

Nepal Fundraiser Winner

Nepal Fundraiser Winner of Raffle Announced

Following on from the  aftermath of the powerful earthquake in Nepal, I wanted to find some way that I could help this horrible situation, I couldn’t bear to think about the devastation that this earthquake had left behind and I just wanted to do something, anything!

It was not long ago since I had visited this great country – I got to know and love the people – I wept for their poverty and I rejoiced in their good nature, their sensitivity, their gentile ways and sense of hope. 

I decided that I would create a painting of Nyatapola Temple, one of the few buildings that remained intact, I would raffle it and this would help to fundraise for this worthy cause.

 Nepal Fundraiser Raffle - Winner Announced Nyatapola Temple, Bhaktapur, Nepal 10 x 20″ Mixed Media
Nyatapola Temple, Bhaktapur, Nepal 10 x 20″ Mixed Media

My thought process was that if I painted the temple – this would be representative of the past.  Then two holy men approach from the cracked and broken earth mantle indicating the slowly moving rocky plates that shake the earth surface.

I exhibited my artwork at the People’s Art Open Air exhibition, Dublin last weekend where the painting of Nyatapola Temple, Bhaktapur was on display.  Friends, family, fellow artists and the public contributed and pledged funds for this worthy cause and were included in the raffle.

We have raised in excess of €300 which will be passed on to GOAL  to continue their important work in Nepal.  

I am happy to announce that the winner of the painting  is:

            Josephine Mooney, Dublin

Congratulations Josephine.


GOAL poster for Nepal Earthquake appeal


Thank you so much to all those who have contributed

Please take a few moments to view the great selection of art displayed at this exhibition.  Our thanks to artist Pervanneh Matthews,  who always captures the diversity and greatness of each exhibition.

Most important of all, please do not forget the people of Nepal – they need your help.

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