Wednesday 21st March 2018
Sarah Cuming, Danny's wife, a long-term supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust, said: “It is with deepest sadness that we announce that Danny passed away on 12th March this year after fighting pancreatic cancer since 2016. His passion for the invaluable work the charity does lives on in this exhibition and it will be a fine tribute to a beautiful man and an exceptional artist. His art will help Teenage Cancer Trust continue to provide vital nursing care, so that young people do not have to face cancer alone. That is an incredible legacy to leave.”
“I’m extremely proud of ‘Houses of the Holy’. The fact that it is on display at the Royal Albert Hall during the charity’s legendary annual fundraising gigs is even more fitting, given the musical theme of this collection.”
Please visit the Royal Albert Hall to view this wonderful art work on Saturday 24th or Sunday 25th March, these are open days, so just drop by.
Original paintings are available to buy from BlackShed Gallery – please contact Kenton Lowe at the BlackShed Gallery on 01580881247 or visit www.theblackshedgallery.org.uk
Prints are available to buy from the Royal Albert Hall throughout this week or alternatively, visit http://www.dannypockets.com/shop/shop.asp?cat=Teenage Cancer Trust