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Bronze Pangolin to be raffled in aid of Howick care centre

Well-known Midlands sculptor Sarah Richards will be holding a raffle to raise funds for Angels’ Care Centre in Howick. A stunning bronze Pangolin, which usually retails for about R14 000 in galleries, will be raffled, with all the net proceeds going to the care centre.

Sarah Richards poses with an artwork in progress. Pictures: Supplied

Sarah wrote in an email newsletter: “As restrictions ease and we settle into level 3 of the Covid-19 way of life, there are still so many children without food, warmth, educational stimulation and medical help.

“Through the sale of my editioned bronzes during the Covid-19 lockdown we managed to raise R15 000 for Angels’ Care Centre. So, a big thank you to all those who bought sculptures for your support.

“Now for something different; I have decided to raffle one of by bronze Pangolins, with all net proceeds going to Angels’ Care Centre in Howick. Tickets are only R200 each and you could be the winner, while helping Angels’ Care Centre to do their amazing work.”

Anyone wanting more information and payment details, can click here to be taken through to the raffle page on the artist’s website.

Find out more about Angels’ Care Centre, and what it does here:

Sculpture of an aardvark by Sarah Richards.

The Meander Chronicle recently profiled Sarah, who lives and works in Balgowan. She told us during the interview what inspired her art, her background and training in fine arts, her current focus and upcoming projects and how much she loved living in the Midlands. To read the article, click here.

Sarah has also recently been involved with a project at Thembelihle Primary School in Howick, in which a 3D tree mural was created, where the bronze leaves and birds would be sold to raise funds for the school.


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