An online gallery of tiny artworks is now offering a last-chance offer to own an original piece of island art in aid of a good cause.
Talla na Mara in Horgabost, Isle of Harris, had the 83 postcard-sized artworks on display up until Saturday (10 October) as a means of raising much-needed funds for Bethesda hospice and to help buy a beach-access wheelchair for use in Harris.
A minimum donation of £40 was requested from anyone wishing to own one of the artworks, which were all created as part of the Art for Giving project at the Harris community hub.
With the exhibition now closed, there’s a chance to grab one of the last few pieces for a donation of any size, no matter how small.
A spokesperson for Talla na Mara said: “There are some really lovely pictures remaining, a great opportunity to acquire an original miniature artwork at an affordable price for yourself, or dare I say it, a Christmas gift for someone special, all whilst supporting two great causes, the Bethesda Hospice and the West Harris Trust Beach Access Fund.
From this afternoon (Monday 12 October) the exhibition at Talla na Mara is a collection of photographic images made using single exposure photography at locations around the islands, by shortlisted Sony World Photography artist Michael Faint.