Local artist Terry Bradley has kindly donated a framed print 'Safe Place' to be raffled in support of CAUSE.

The raffle will close on   Friday 4 October 2019 and will  be drawn World Mental Health Day Thursday 10 October 2019.

If you would like to sell a book of 20 raffle tickets, please order for book(s) of raffle tickets here or you buy your raffle tickets here

This beautiful print can be viewed at The Terry Bradley Gallery, 103-107 High St, Bangor BT20 5BD.

CAUSE would like to thank Terry and his wife Ashley for their continued support!

 

A little about Terry Bradley:

Local artist Terry Bradley spent his early life growing up just off the notorious Shankill Road where his mother tried to keep him inside and away from the “Troubles” outside their front door. Born in Belfast in 1965, Bradley has been pursuing his dream of becoming an artist since his youth.

His early work was inspired by the ten years he lived and worked in Dublin. His distinctive line drawings and atmospheric paintings capture the mood of many of Dublin and Belfast's most memorable nightclubs and bars. The after hours scenes of his early work are based on the clubs and bars he frequented and the people he knew there.

Most of his individual paintings are of strong, confident women from the modelling and fashion world that he mixed in. They reflect the two sides of Terry's life - hard images of after-dark nightlife stamped in the city's clubs and bars and a more gentle view of women after a ballet performance. The two sides reflect the conflict in Bradley's personality, with his self-confessed manic, dark side at odds with the calmer more gentle periods.

Collectors often choose two and three paintings at a time, unable to decide between such strong pieces and his work now features in collections in London, America, Spain and New Zealand.