Fine art meets fiction as a Harry Potter-inspired exhibition raises funds to support Lumos’ fight to improve lives for children globally.
We’re delighted to announce that this year - for the first time ever - an exhibition of fine art is supporting our work to make sure that every child grows up in a safe and loving family. Revelations: A Portrait of Magic by artist Stuart McAlpine Miller is now open to the public at the Castle Fine Art gallery in the International Convention Centre, Birmingham.
Six years in the making, this exclusive collection of original oil paintings features McAlpine Miller’s fine art interpretation of fan-favourite Harry Potter, fusing Pop Art with classical influences. Multi-layered portraits depict the famous trio of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley and explore the themes of J.K. Rowling’s much-loved wizarding world. The design of the exhibition itself highlights the use of light and colour to maximise the impact of the artworks, to highlight the ‘good versus evil’ motif of the popular series, and to create an immersive experience for visitors, making it a must-see.
Castle Fine Art will be generously donating 14% of each painting’s sale price to Lumos.
Lumos is fighting for every child’s right to a family by transforming care systems around the world. For the past 16 years, we’ve worked alongside governments, civil society organisations and communities to change care systems to benefit everyone. We cannot do this alone: the support of donors, campaigners and friends is vital. 100% of the donations Lumos receives from this exhibition will go towards our programmes, helping more children grow up in a safe and loving family, and helping us shine light on the root causes of family separation.
The exhibition is open until 23rd October. Read more about the collection, watch videos about the project and access the digital exhibition catalogue here.
If you would like to discuss the availability of the original artworks in this collection, or to arrange a private appointment to view this exhibition either in person, or via a video call, please contact Bethan McCarthy-Boyce, Gallery Director at Castle Fine Art, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0121 2488484.