There will be over 200 works of art presented at this exhibition. All of them will be available for sale. As the organisers put it, 'this is a rare opportunity to own a piece of art that is not only interesting, unique and affordable, but also created by people living with multiple sclerosis or other neurological conditions'.
Dusk in Australia. Angeline Remy. Courtesy of MS site
MS (multiple sclerosis) is chronic, progressive, debilitating and life-changing condition. It is so many things to those who have it and to their loved ones. This condition changes person's outlook on life, events, people and even words. Thus, means of expression are very important tool in dealing with the situation.
Art does talks, does connects and does heal. Art helps to understand the world around us and helps us to function to the best of our ability.
The Endurance. Caitlin Martin. Courtesy of MS site
Come and see amazing works by people who see the world and the time differently to most of us.