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8-year-old launches art exhibition to raise money for the Trussell Trust

8-year-old Rollo Jensen has created a Coronavirus-themed art exhibition. He is raising money to help people who have been affected by Covid-19 and are struggling to put food on the table. Rollo has created pieces in the style of famous artists he likes, but with a coronavirus twist. He is looking to raise money for The Trussell Trust. The charity supports a nationwide network of UK food banks helping those in need. Rollo’s aim was to raise £1,000, and he’s currently at £1,092. When lockdown is lifted, he would like to hold an exhibition to sell the paintings to raise more money for The Trussell Trust. The 8 pieces in his exhibition are:

“We All Stand Together” Toilet paper collage inspired by Peter Blake & Damien Hirst

“Thank You” Inspired by Tracey Emin (neon kindly created and donated by Andesigneon. )

“2 Metres Please” Inspired by Keith Haring

“Ride It Out And Flatten The Curve”­ Inspired by Banksy and Bridget Riley

“What A Mess” Inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat

“Stop Moaning Lisa” Inspired Leonardo Da Vinci (canvas kindly donated by Quality Art Prints

“Mayhem” Inspired by Gerhard Richter

“Coronavirus is Pure Evil” Inspired by Pure Evil



If you have food on the table and spare change in your pocket, please donate to help those who don’t: