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Enter Raffle to Win Ian Burke Art Raffle WLH

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Have a chance to win this amazing local art work while supporting our project! We are aiming to release 100,000 juvenile lobsters per year to help protect the fishing industry for future generations.

More about our project here:

About the artist:
Ian Burke was born in Saltburn and was brought up in Redcar. After studying Fine Art at Newcastle University he followed his father’s footsteps and worked as a labourer on the North Sea oil rigs for two years before continuing his studies at Goldsmith’s College, London.
Formerly a resident of Staithes, he now lives close by on the North York Moors and the village continues to inspire him. Many of his strong, unsentimental images depict its boats and buildings and the fishing industry which remains at the heart of this community.
Ian is a dedicated teacher of art who takes great pride in nurturing new talent. He has taught in various comprehensive schools throughout the country, as well as at Rugby School and Eton College where he is now Head of Art.
Prize 1

Blue Hunter Framed Art Ian Burke

Beautiful framed wood print of a lobster

Woodblock print on hand-made paper; Image 60cms x 80cms; Frame 82cms x102cms - normal price £250

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Charity Donation Whitby Lobster Hatchery
Whitby Lobster Hatchery
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Elizabeth Mason
Won Blue Hunter Framed Art Ian Burke on 01st May 2021

Fundraising for a great cause and I’m delighted to have won! Thank you very much.


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