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09 May 2019

Walk on the Wild Side II was a roaring success!

On Wednesday 1st May, Erskine Murray had the pleasure of attending Redspot Artists’ ‘Walk on the Wild Side II’ art exhibition. Showcasing the innovative works of some of the UK’s finest wildlife artists, the evening took place in the spectacular venue of All Hallows-on-the-Wall.

As proud sponsors of this event, Erskine Murray’s team were on hand to show their support, including Tom Bartleet, Paul Huntley, Sonia Hazlewood and Sue Richardson.

Most importantly, this exhibition raised funds for XLP, a charity that Erskine Murray are proud to support. Taking a holistic approach, XLP work collaboratively with young people growing up in deprived inner-city estates to help them to realise their potential. XLP also offer advice and support on issues such as family breakdown, poverty, unemployment and educational failure. You can find out more about this fantastic charity here.

Feedback from guests has been overwhelmingly positive and the evening was filled with art, culture and good conversation.

With diverse artwork on display that ranged from delicate watercolours and bold oils to detailed scraperboard and beaten metal sculptures, it’s no surprise that multiple pieces of art were purchased by guests! With all artwork sales raising funds for XLP, this event will contribute to XLP’s mission as they help young people to create positive futures.

On behalf of all of the Erskine Murray team, we would like to take this opportunity to extend a huge thank you to everyone who attended!