September 30th, 2022
Fraser Holden (52) was diagnosed with MND 4 months ago. Since then, his life and the lives of his wife Orlagh and daughter Oonagh, have irrevocably changed. When faced with the diagnosis, Fraser and Orlagh wanted to do something positive. Fraser wanted to leave a legacy that his family and young daughter could look back on with pride and love. Out of the darkness this initiative gave them focus, so they started the Black and White Movement. Where there is light, there is hope.
During the time he has left – Fraser wants to devote himself to supporting those who are supporting him through this journey. They are holding a Black and White themed Art Exhibition, taking place this Thursday, Oct 20th at 7.30pm in the Richmond Education & Event Centre on Brunswick Street, Dublin 7.
All proceeds from the art sold will go to the Irish Motor Neuron Disease Association and all proceeds from ticket sales will support Fraser’s personal journey.
Fraser, is an artist and along with some close fellow artists have all created pieces with the Black and White theme in mind. Frasers work is named ‘Commodity’. Fraser created this before he lost the use of his motor skills. The artwork is made of numerous watches that are blacked out which symbolises how precious time is for us all.
This piece is to make you stop and be in the moment, do not think what you need to do or could do. Crafted through the eyes of someone who knows only too well how precious time really is. All money raised will go to IMNDA.
All bids are confidential, anyone that is interested just needs to email email@example.com
See @black_whitemovement on instagram for more!