Mending Broken Hearts Art

MBH art 210 x 137

To help raise vital funds for our Mending Broken Hearts Appeal, we've teamed up with galleries and artists across the UK to bring you a selection of artwork to buy, or events to visit

Our Mending Broken Hearts Appeal is funding groundbreaking research that could literally ‘mend broken hearts’ in as little as ten years’ time, bringing hope to those living with heart failure.

Find out how you can get involved and let art mend broken hearts below.

Breath of Life silkscreen print collection

A fantastic array of leading contemporary British artists have created artwork to raise vital funds for our campaign. The original artworks in the Breath of Life portfolio were created on the theme of 'Mending Broken Hearts', and produced as limited edition silkscreen prints, each numbered and signed by the artist.

You can purchase these prints individually, or as a set, from our art partner CCA Galleries and all publisher's profits will be donated to us.

With thanks to... 

We'd like to thank the support of the following galleries who held exhibitions during 2010, 2011 and 2012. You can still contact your nearest gallery if you're interested in purchasing a Breath of Life silkscreen print:

Contemporary Applied Arts, London; Electrum Gallery, London; Innocent Fine Art, Bristol; Railings Gallery, London; Brook Gallery, Devon; The Rostra Gallery, Bath; Coombe Gallery, Dartmouth; My Life in Art at The Serenata Festival; Blue Moon Gallery, Tunbridge Wells; The Wey Gallery, Godalming; Gallery Top, Matlock; Watergate Street Gallery, Chester; Bohemia Galleries, York; Ink-d Gallery, Brighton; Cambridge Contemporary Art, Cambridge; Foss Fine Art, London; Bircham Gallery, Norfolk; Wet Paint Gallery, Cirencester; Wendy J Levy, Manchester; Frog and Mouse Picture Company, Leicester; Hepplestone Fine Art Gallery, Lancashire.

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