This is an online auction of artworks to raise money for Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital.
Please view the artworks and make a bid. Bidding is open until 11:59pm on 28th July 2017.
An exhibition of the works is on Project Space Plus gallery in Lincoln from 19th – 28th July where the works can be viewed in person. click here for more info
To Bid
To make a bid please click below the ‘To Bid’ header on the artist’s page. you will be redirected to another website on a site called Amuzika, this is hosted by my brother Shaun Bracey  on the link Please fill in the boxes below, this will include your name, your contact email and your bid amount, which should be bigger than the current bid amount. If you have any problems registering please email Andrew on abracey@lincoln.ac.uk.
When making a bid you must understand that you are entering into an agreement that you will donate the amount bid should it be the highest bid at 11:59pm on 28th July in exchange for the artwork you have bid on. Once you have paid this amount via a Just Giving page your artwork will be sent to you. If your bid gets outbid before the end of bidding then you will be informed of the new amount for the artwork by email and the option to bid again. This is not done automatically so relies on humans so may not be immediate, please consider this if bidding near and on 28th July when there is the likelihood of much bidding on artworks.
There will be an exhibition of all artwork for people to view at Project Space Plus, University of Lincoln from 19-28th July 2017. More details here
Background to Auction
On 7th February 2016 my Dad passed away of nine causes of death (Dad was never one who did things the easy way!). The main cause of death was heart failure. My two brothers and I have decided to raise money over the space of a year for Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, who we feel are doing amazing work to progress research for future generations.  More information can be found here – https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Shaun-Bracey1
John Bracey always liked to be a bit different and is remembered fondly for sporting the shorts, sandals and boof (cravat) combo, as a creative gardener and designer, maker of a 15 foot bottle house, real ale enthusiast, architect, thinking po (positively), woodworker and for having a unique sense of humour. A big part of who he was, is also in me and for that I will be eternally grateful. He was a good man.
Thank you for your support,
Andrew Bracey