Artist and printmaker Carolyn Murphy is now an official blogger for this year’s Twitter Art Exhibit. After a call out from the organisers, Carolyn joined the team of volunteers, with Grace Rebullida, in California.
Each year Twitter Art Exhibit holds an exhibition and charity sale of original art. Artists from across the world donate their work to generate income for good causes, such as charities and non-profit organisations. Carolyn has donated an artwork for the last five years and this year she is blogging about some of the artists and organisations involved.
The blog is part of the Twitter Art Exhibit website. So far you can read new articles about artists Chris Larkin, Andy Baylis and Birsen Ozbilge – with more to follow. You can click here to explore these now!
“I am really enjoying talking to artists and finding out more about them: their lives, their inspiration and their involvement with TAE,” said Carolyn. “I enjoy writing, so I’m finding it fun! I’m also a huge fan of Twitter Art Exhibit, so I’m delighted to be able to help in a small way”, she explained.
The 2021 charity sale will take place at Cheltenham Racecourse on Saturday 3 July, to benefit the Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy Fund (LINC). After the opening the exhibition moves online. Carolyn’s 2021 original postcard ‘Hebden’ will be part of the sale for this great cause.
To find out more follow @twitrartexhibit on Twitter and follow the #TAE21 hashtag.
You can read about Carolyn’s other work donated to Twitter Art Exhibit in her own blog here.