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New Art Auction framed original ink drawings from Scottish artist and designer, Jilly Henderson.

We are delighted to be featuring another amazing Scottish artist in our Art Auction.

Jilly Henderson has very kindly donated two of her beautiful framed original ink drawings, 'Best hair day...ever' and 'Life could be a dream sweetheart', each measuring 26cm x 26cm.

We are very grateful for Jilly's generous donations and to anyone wishing to bid for these illustrations, as it will help us to fund more one-to-one holistic therapies and wellbeing workshops. The link to bid is at the bottom of this page.

Jilly Henderson is a Scottish artist and designer who does a variety of quirky, poignant illustrative work.

Jilly studied art at Duncan of Jordanstone Art School and graduated with a BA (hons) in design and printmaking. She is a Scottish artist who uses pencil, pen and ink and watercolour on hand stained paper. Her work is very quirky and she likes to study animals, fantasy landscapes and people.

Jilly also loves to write, and as a drawing progresses she sees a story emerge and uses words to tell the unique tale of that particular piece which sets it apart from any other drawing she will do. She likes to add in tiny details with skinny pen nibs so that as you look into a piece you see more and more tiny hidden gems and stories.

Jilly's work is currently being used by 'Soul of 'The Really Good Card Company' where it is printed into greetings cards and distributed worldwide.

Jilly has exhibited in galleries, group, and solo exhibitions and is currently enjoying exploring the magic of online galleries and how they can make her work visible to a world of art lovers. It's very exciting.

Jilly graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in 1989 and hasn't stopped doing art for one moment since.

The RRP of these original ink drawings is £60 each.

You can find more of Jilly's work here;

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You can bid for the framed original ink drawings in our eBay shop here:

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