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NATURE’S ENERGY -
‘Ellenor Lions Charity Auction, Sevenoaks , Kent.’ Russell donated a piece for the auction and attended the event. All of the proceeds from the piece went to the Ellenor Lions Hospice and raised over £1000. The event was organised and hosted by Rehab Saloon.
‘James Whale Fund for Kidney Cancer Anniversary Ball.’ Plaza Park Hotel, London. The event raised vital funds to support the James Whale Fund as it celebrated its 5th Anniversary and continues to work on behalf of kidney cancer patients throughout the UK. LBC Radio presenter James Whale hosted the evening and one of Russell’s original pieces was auctioned and raised £2,800 for the charity. Russell attended alongside hundreds of guests including celebrities from the world of broadcasting and TV. (James Whale, Benn Barham, Max Clifford, Lizzie Cundy, Martine Mclcutcheon, Lord Jeffery Archer, Eamonn Holmes, Nicholas Owen, Mike Powell, Peter Stringfellow, Chris Tarrant, Carole Vordeman, Pete Waterman)
Free Form Art (8 min)
Explanation & Insight
FREE FORM ART (7 min)
High Speed Video
60x40cm (Duration 2 min)
Capturing Personal Energy
Using Free Form Art” (4min)
Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks
Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery The Sevenoaks Council donated a space of wall for
Russell to paint directly onto. The exhibition was held within The Kaleidoscope Gallery,
which is a contemporary exhibition space run by Kent County Council to showcase new
and experimental work. The exhibition ran from May 18th -
Additional Exhibiting artists Included
Exhibiting artists: Jonathan Bentall, Ian Campbell Briggs, Annie Halliday, Emma Harding, Kathleen Fox and Steven Foy.
‘Distracting The Colour’ was a solo exhibition which ran for 3 weeks at the gallery@oxo on London’s Embankment in 2011. The exhibition proudly raised £1000 for the charity ‘Beat Bullying’ with his latest artwork being very well received with positive features on the BBC, financial times & from the many critics, bloggers and journalists that attended the private view evening. When the doors opened to the public the response was equally as positive. With over 2,500 people visiting the exhibition over two and a half weeks.
Russell was ‘humbled by the response and effect the work seemed to have on people, & also how far or to what lengths people had gone to in visiting the exhibition.’
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