Our fundraising art exhibition, A Letter in Mind, returns for its ninth year. This year’s theme is ‘A Sense of Movement’. Starting with a simple envelope, we’re inviting entries from artists, patients and supporters to show us what ‘A Sense of Movement’ means to them.
Our ninth exhibition takes its inspiration from all that we have been missing over the last few years, such as travelling to far-off places, experiencing new activities and moving through life in a stimulating world. Whether you are feeling that change is in the air or you prefer to take the theme literally, we hope that you’ll be inspired by this year’s focus for A Letter in Mind.
Just a few of our 2022 artists include: Orlanda Broom, Stephen Campbell Moore, Annie Cattrell, Laurie Chetwood, Kevin Eldon, Mark Entwisle, Jesse Grylls, Russell Herron, Lindy Heymann, Lizzie Hobbs, Tim Hopgood, Eliza Kentridge, Frank Kiely, Anita Mangan, Andrew Marr, Luke Morgan, Ishbel Myerscough, Morag Myerscough, Harry Pye, Gill Rocca, Christopher Samuel, Kate Sherman, Simon Tolhurst, Duncan Wood and Bethan Woollvin. These artists, alongside many, many more are making this show one of the most exciting to date.
The artwork envelopes will all be priced at £85, exhibited at Gallery Different and sold via our online gallery. As always, all proceeds from sales will support vital projects at Queen Square.
Gallery Opening Times
2 November 11am-4pm
3 – 6 November 10am-6pm
Online Preview and Sales
2 November – Available to preview from 11am
3 November – Available to buy from 11am
14 Percy St
London W1T 1DR