If you have ever wanted to own a piece of art by someone well-known but haven't been able to afford it, a mystery art sale may just be the chance you have been waiting for.
Natalie and Ian Campbell, on behalf of the Gateway Baptist Church and PAC Haiti, are holding a Mystery Art Sale Fundraiser to help children in Haiti.
However, the catch is that the art on sale will not be attributed to an artist until after the buyer has purchased it.
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Each piece costs $100 and the work could have been created by a Glover Prize winner, a sports person or a kindergarten child.
"You purely buy it because you like it and you get the opportunity to feed three of the poorest children in the world for a month," Mr Campbell said.
"We are hoping to get 50 paintings, there's about 35 at the minute."
Mr Campbell and the group had started a school in Haiti in 2018 when they visited and realised the area had no school, and very little food and water.
The fundraiser will be held October 16 from 10am-2pm at 22 Wellington Street, Launceston.
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