Deepbridge Chester Arts Fair

Established in 2012 by Laura O’Hare of Black Mango Art, The Deepbridge Chester Arts Fair is one of the UK’s most prestigious art fairs. Deepbridge Chester Arts Fair has been honoured to have helped raise thousands of pounds for both local and national charities including Claire House, Variety – The Children’s Charity, The Countess Charity, The Hospice of the Good Shepherd and The Joshua Tree.

2020 is no different as they have chosen to support the Create Art 4 Hope initiative which is raising funds for various mental health charities and the delivery of their vital services. By making a donation to Create Art 4 Hope you will receive a limited edition set of prints as a THANK YOU (just pay postage & packaging). All artists who have donated limited edition prints to be included in the curated collections are all exhibitors in this years Deepbridge Chester Arts Fair.

Usually held at the iconic Chester Racecourse, the fair has provided a platform for over eight-hundred exhibitors to develop their creative careers by enabling them to showcase and sell their work to buyers, publishers and art critics alike. The fair is growing year on year and is proud to have welcomed over forty-thousand visitors through its doors to date.

With 2020 being an unprecedented year due to the covid-19 pandemic Deepbridge Chester Arts Fair have gone virtual. Celebrating its ninth year, The Deepbridge Chester Arts Fair is taking place virtually online from Friday 13th November to Sunday 13th December, 2020. Organisers have worked hard to move the event online. The online event has been made free to the public and been extended to take place over four weeks rather than just a weekend.

The UK’s favourite artist fair will have plenty in store for everyone, with a curated collection of over 70 British and international artists showcasing over hundreds of pieces of art, including Paintings, Sculpture, Ceramics, Photography and Mixed Media artwork.

Since launching almost a decade ago, Chester Arts Fair has not only sold over £3,000,000 worth of investment and interior art to collectors and the general public but has showcased a number of pieces by industry heavyweights such as Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, and Marc Quinn.

Donate to Create Art 4 Hope HERE

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