Bentley Design charity art auction

Automotive Design 13 Nov 2009
Bentley Design charity art auction

Bentley Motors has organized a charity auction of individual art pieces created by the carmaker’s Design Team. The collection includes brush paintings,digital artworks, photograps and sculptures, which use both traditional and contemporary styles.


Bentley Motors is staging an art auction at Bonhams, London, to raise money for The Christie, a specialist cancer centre in Manchester, which treats 40,000 patients a year and is an international leader in cancer research.

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Bentley Styling and Design team have created individual pieces for auction, drawing on the skills and techniques utilised in their roles and their enthusiasm for art.

Bentley Art Bentley ArtBentley ArtThe auction of the collection will conclude with an exclusive event to be held at Bonhams, London, on Tuesday 1st December.

The collection ranges from the traditional to the contemporary; sculptures set in bronze, wood, metal, and leather through to stunning palette knife and brush paintings on canvas, digital art and photography.

Bentley Art Bentley ArtBentley ArtBentley designer Richard Gilmartin has been raising funds to support the charity since 2001 and is the inspiration behind the exceptional project. Working with his colleagues, Richard aims to surpass his previous fundraising achievements by auctioning this unique collection.

Bentley Art Bentley Art Bentley ArtThe complete collection, including info on the single designers, is available at Bentley’s official website.

(Source: Bentley)

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