Our collectively-endowed bench at Berkeley Square
REMEMBER FLOWER THERAPY?
12 months ago during the first pandemic national lockdown in the U.K., Anabela started painting flowers from her garden daily as a form of therapy. Each flower sketch was then sold, and thank you to your support, 3 national lockdowns later, our collectively-endowed bench can finally be installed today at Berkeley Square, London. Dedicated to all Essential Workers fighting Covid-19, we hope you can take a seat.
(And if you travel to NYC, you will find our sister bench in Central Park, painted by Brent Neale)
You, Me, Flowers & London, 2020
Anabela working on Daily Flower Paintings to commemorate frontline Healthcare & Key-Workers.
Original Flower Sketch.
Dimensions: 210 x 297mm
Watercolours on acid free cold-pressed paper 300gsm
Painted on 5th of June 2020 by Anabela Chan, in London.