Drawing for the NHS and Conservation
Young artist, Milo Browne had his trip of a lifetime to the Borana Conservancy cut short by the Coronavirus pandemic. On his return home, he racked his brains as to what he could do to support both the NHS and the Borana Conservancy who had so kindly hosted him while he researched wildlife for an exhibition at the end of the year with his photographer friend, James Lewin.
Milo’s uncle William Glazebrook (you may know him from 24 Hours in A&E) is on the frontline at St George’s, Tooting so he wanted to raise money for the NHS Trust at St George’s and specifically for the A&E department where Will works.
Milo made this incredible drawing of a Rhino from Borana and raffled five 20” x 20”, high quality, signed and numbered prints over a week long period on JustGiving. Although the raffle has now been drawn but you can still leave a donation. Needless to say, the five lucky winners were delighted.
Milo raised £2,637 from raffling tickets at £2 each which will be split between the NHS Trust St George’s Tooting A&E Department and the Borana Conservancy.
If you would like to own a personal piece of art by this talented young artist, Milo is available for commissions of dogs, horses, wildlife and portraits. He specialises in charcoal drawings and would love to hear from you.