Sending Hope


From an original acrylic painting. Painted during the global pandemic of 2020 to celebrate the children’s artwork created to lift the spirits of healthcare workers. The concept of ‘hope’ is depicted by a child creating a rainbow, bringing light and colour to a dark world. She has been playing with her teddy who wears an ‘NHS’ mask and this leads her to think about how she may contribute to the collective effort, and thus creates her rainbow picture. Of course, she uses her tin of rainbow paint to do this! All proceeds from the sale of this image (prints and cards) will go to the Therapeutic Care Team at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The original painting hangs in the main atrium at The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough.

This print is available as;

  • Small fine art print sized 13x18cm, mounted to 25.5×30.5cm (fits standard 10×12″ frame)
  • Medium fine art print sized 19x26cm, mounted to 30x40cm
  • Large fine art print sized 29x41cm, mounted to 45x58cm

This print comes in a white professionally-cut mount and acetate wrapped.

Also available as an A5 greeting card, with envelope and acetate wrapped

Most prints are kept in stock for immediate dispatch but delivery may be up to three weeks if temporarily out of stock. We will inform you as soon as possible if there is a delay.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.


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