Let’s join together to say a big ‘thank you’ to ALL the key workers. We have all been living in unusual times, when most people have been asked to stay at home in order to keep themselves and loved ones safe. But key workers have continued their hard work, keeping us safe, fed and connected throughout these extraordinary times. To every single one of them we show our gratitude. We are all in this together, and together we can beat this.
Sally’s artistic practice explores boundaries and preconceptions, in particular the distinctions between craft, fine art and gender stereotyping. She enjoys using craft practices, particularly the ones that are traditionally associated with women and domesticity, to create contemporary art, with a love for site specific creation. She also works with communities and within the education system, running workshops and art projects using creative ideas based on repurposed, recycled, reused, reclaimed, upcycled art.
As a logistics and supply chain business, and therefore key workers, Atlantic Pacific Global Logistics see the Wild in Art project as a great opportunity to support and recognise the real front line key workers. They were delighted to be the first sponsor of Gratitude, and therefore the NHS charities, which they believe is going to be a fantastic success.