On the 9th and 10th September 2017 we are organising a secret art exhibition to raise money for the Charley Paige Trust, a charity that supports children with life limiting illnesses or a complex disability. We really need you and your friends to send us an artwork that responds to the theme of What Makes You Smile? All these artworks will be exhibited at The Orangery at Squires in Shepperton, UK. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to acquire an anonymous artworks by donating £20 to the charity. After your artwork has been acquired by a buyer they will be able to find out more about you and your work.
How do I get involved?
Create or print an A5 (15cm by 21cm) image inspired by the theme What Makes Me Smile?
Write the title of your work, your name and email address on the back of the artwork.
Send your work to Secret Smile Art Exhibition, 8 Kings Avenue, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex, TW16 7QE, UK.
We will need your artwork to arrive before the 20th August 2017.
You can submit up to 3 artworks.
What happens next?
Once your artwork has reached us we will send you an email to confirm its arrival.
We will ask you for some details about you and your work. We will create an information pack for all visitors to the exhibition using the details you supply.
After the 20th August deadline we send you more information about the exhibition.
The Secret Smile Art Exhibition
Your artwork will be exhibited at The Orangery at Squires, Halliford Road, Upper Halliford, Shepperton, TW17 8SG, UK. Each artwork can be acquired for a £20 donation. All this money will go to the Charley Paige Trust. After a buyer has reserved your artwork it will remain on display for the duration of the exhibition. Each buyer will receive the artwork they acquired in the mail after the exhibition. Unsold artworks will be kept by the Charley Paige Trust for future exhibitions.
Charley Paige Trust
Following the loss of Charley, to leukaemia, in July 2004, her family felt that they wanted to do something to repay the kindness, care and support that they had received from all of the hospitals and organisations who had helped and cared for her throughout her illness.
The Charley Paige Trust provides grants to help with things that enhances the child’s life and/or makes life easier for the whole family
– things that are not always obvious to those who have not experienced the extreme heartache and practical implications
of having a very sick child and things that can help tremendously in difficult times. Find out more about us at
Registered Charity No. 1126241