The new artwork, featured below, has been created by Val for the Friends of Eastbourne Hospital (FoEH) Virtual Art Exhibition 2020.
She has condensed the scenes depicted on the Bayeux Tapestry from 58 down to just 8, which is the maximum number of entries allowed. Telling the story of the invasion of England in 1066 by William the Conqueror, all the pictures are pen & ink drawings, mounted and framed, 15.5″ x 12.5″ in size and are priced at £125.
The FoEH will receive 20% from all sales of artwork which will go towards their fundraising efforts for the Eastbourne DGH including the Special Project for 2020 to raise £430,000 to make Radiology digital.
Due to covid-19 this annual art exhibition is having to be held online this year. All entries will be available to view from Friday 6 November to Sunday 22 November 2020 at www.friendsdgh.org.uk/events/virtual-art-exhibition
Further scenes will be added in due course. Enquiries about the Bayeux Tapestry Collection should be directed to email@example.com