Sales of artist’s work to help good cause

One of Jeff Rowland's prints.
One of Jeff Rowland's prints.

A renowned artist’s visit to Morpeth this weekend will raise funds for a charity that supports families of children with bone cancer.

Jeff Rowland will be appearing at The Chocolate Gallery in Oldgate. On sale will be his signed limited edition prints of Morpeth, one of which is pictured above, and he will be dedicating all prints bought when he is there with any special messages requested.

An original working pencil sketch will be given away with the first five canvas prints purchased of A Kiss Between the Raindrops and We Made it Through the Rain and original pencil sketches of the town will also be available.

Mr Rowland – who likes to let viewers make their own mind up about the characters in his paintings – will be at the shop from 11.30am to 5.30pm on Sunday and 10 per cent of all sales on the day will be donated to Henry Dancer Days.

Its support is focused on families of children who are suffering from osteosarcoma and Ewings sarcoma.