Join us for the 2023 Peninsula Home Hospice (PHH) Unframed-Art online charity auction, March 20 – 27, 2023.
We have 47 diverse paintings for sale. Many of Mornington Peninsula’s renowned and emerging artists have generously donated their work. Traditional, contemporary, quirky, dynamic work influenced by the artists living and working on the Mornington Peninsula.
What makes this auction unique? The artwork is not signed! For provenance it is signed on the back of the painting.
You may recognise the style of your favourite artist, or you could pick up a piece of work of an emerging artist and be the first to own their work – however, there are no guarantees, the highest bidder wins! You will only know the identity of the artist after you have purchased the painting.
Proceeds from the Unframed-Art support Peninsula Home Hospice. Our service is provided in the client’s home and free of charge to residents who need palliative care within the Mornington Peninsula Shire, City of Frankston and parts of the City of Kingston (south of Mordialloc Creek). Palliative care is for anyone of any age (from babies to older adults) who have been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. Palliative care identifies and treats symptoms and issues associated with the illness, which may be physical, emotional, spiritual, or social.
Peninsula Home Hospice is proudly supported by the Victorian Government.
Janet Phillips – CEO and Bronwyn Braden – Community Engagement Officer
For more information about Unframed-Art or to register your interest:
Phone Stuart Nussey 0498 069 909
For more information about Peninsula Home Hospice or to donate directly visit: