Weston sculpture raises thousands for charity

PUBLISHED: 14:30 16 February 2012

Paula Lundy's piece entitled into the moon dust.

Paula Lundy's piece entitled into the moon dust.

Jada Castellari

WESTON artist Paula Lundy was recently selected, along with 30 of the country’s top artists, to donate a piece of work to charity.

Paula, aged 32, has lived in Weston her whole life and took part in the event which was organised by Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.

The charity event was held to raise money for the Prince’s Trust, which helps 
disadvantaged young people.

Paula’s work went on display at The Assembly Rooms in Bath alongside other artists such as Anita Klein, Quentin Blake, Nick Park and Robin Eckardt.

Her piece, entitled Into the Moon Dust, (pictured above), was sold for £3,100.

The piece sits in between a painting and a sculpture, as Paula has used an array of materials and created it on canvas.


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