The Happy Gallery
Happy's aim is to raise awareness and funds for charities through promoting and selling affordable art.
We are a Collective 'Making a difference through Art and Design'.
The Happy Gallery is an art and design collective that hosts theme based pop-up galleries to raise funds and awareness for charities, promoting the work of artists and designers. Everyone involved volunteers their time for free.
Happy Gallery's 'Home Is Where The Art Is' for Shelter will be 'popping-up' Downstairs at Mother in London.
For the first two weeks of Feb 2015 we'll be showcasing original artwork and one-off limited prints by several artists. The work and show will be based on the theme 'Home' and supporting the Homeless charity Shelter.
'Home Is Where The Art Is' in association with Mother.
Show night Feb 5th. 7pm-10pm.
Feb 2-Feb 13
Please call Mother or The Happy Gallery in advance of viewings any day other than the 5th of February.
The shows beneficiary Shelter - The Housing and Homeless Charity helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness – and they campaign to prevent it in the first place.
You can buy original framed artwork and limited edition prints at the exhibition. Please go to the artists own websites to see more of their work. We aim to represent charities and promote artists. This is a platform for them.
Happy Gallery's 'Making Waves' pop-up gallery for Surfers Against Sewage showcased over 40 pieces of original artwork; limited edition prints and sculpture by several artists at the Coningsby Gallery in London.
The work and show all based on the theme 'Ocean & Pollution' was a huge success, with a fantastic turnout enjoying the hottest day of the year! Amazing response was seen in reviews and sales. You can see and buy limited edition prints in our Making Waves Shop
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