Pink Hair Don’t Care


October is breast cancer awareness month and I shall be donating one of my original paintings for auction at the El Gaucho Restaurant in Puerto Banus, Spain on 14 October.  My dear friend Ann Henhoeffer has Stage 4 breast cancer and the auction is to raise funds towards her Dendritic Cell Therapy which is an innovative cell therapy treatment which could make a huge difference to her future.  I have donated my powerful painting called ‘Pink Hair Don’t Care’ to raise some funds as my personal contribution.  

‘Pink Hair Don’t Care’ is 50 x 70 cms, painted in acrylic and oils, she has her own unique poem written by me (see below), is framed in a  contemporary black frame and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

I shall be attending the auction evening and the starting bid will be 500 Euros.  However you can make a bid before the event or even on the night by phone by previous arrangement.

So if you want to include one of my girls in your collection please let me know soon and help a very worthy cause at the same time.

Pink Hair Don’t Care

The hair, the nails, the lips, the breasts
The car, the house, the bikini contests
The bubbles, the coke, the uninvited guests
The fun, the laughs, the sausage fests
The day, the night, the fear the smear tests
The moves, the shapes, the sweat and the rest
The life. This life, is simply the best

Published by Steffi Goddard Artist

Contemporary artist, painter of large exciting abstract paintings, contemporary faces and anything that inspires me including poetry, nature, oceans and the female face and form

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