Calendar project raises £500 for WESC Foundation
11 March 2020
A local artist has used their work to raise money to support WESC Foundation’s work with visually impaired children and young adults at its centre in Exeter.
Myriam Prual, who lives in Topsham, raised £500 from the sales of a charity calendar featuring prints of her work. Myriam, who is a Channelling-Medium Artist based near WESC Foundation’s main campus at Countess Wear, has now raised over £3,000 for hospitals and other medically-related causes.
Her art is entirely automatically created and spiritually guided and has been exhibited in Topsham, Torquay and London. It can be found hanging in some of the capital’s best-known hospitals such as Guys’s and St Thomas’, and will soon be on display at the renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital.
Laurence Blyth, Head of External Affairs at WESC Foundation, said
“I am very grateful to Myriam for choosing to support WESC Foundation with her latest charity calendar, and to everyone that has bought a copy and helped support our charity’s work here in Exeter.”