Last few hours to bid on art in eBay auction for Portsmouth artist Fark in aid of Queen Alexandra Hospital staff

THERE are only a few hours left to bid on a piece of artwork up for auction in aid of NHS staff.

Tuesday, 9th June 2020, 11:32 am
Updated Tuesday, 9th June 2020, 12:41 pm
portsmouth Artist Fark is taking part in The News art campaign on Friday 8 May 2020. Pictured: Fark's new artwork in his studio in Highland Road, Portsmouth. Picture: Habibur Rahman

The stencil and spray paint piece of art, complete with a trademark seagull, by Fark, is currently at £82 but there is still time to bid on the artwork with all money raised added to the QA Hospital Heroes Thank You Appeal.

More than £1,000 was raised in the first art auction when a piece by My Dog Sighs, entitled Even Apart We Are Together, was bought by Susan Stokes from Rotherham who was bidding on behalf of a friend.

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More than £42,000 has been raised by the appeal so far and the money has been used to purchase boost boxes, containing refreshments and toiletries, and a wellbeing room with massage chairs and refreshments.

To bid on the artwork by Fark, click here.

To donate to the appeal visit

Any artists wanting to get involved should send an email to [email protected]

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