Do you think you could spot the difference between a professional artist, a talented amateur or a student?

Join us at a Mystery Art Sale and find out, while supporting a great cause.


During mental health awareness week, MIND in Kingston are hosting a Mystery Art Sale in

collaboration with KINC (Kingston Independent Network of Creatives).


All proceeds are going to the charity MIND, Kingston.


Donated artworks for sale will all be a standard 7.75 x 5.75 inches (197 x 147mm) in a plain white mount.


More than 100 pieces of art for sale at 
£35 each, generously donated by artists, students, and celebrities (TBA), exhibited anonymously with signatures hidden on the back.


It’s your chance to get an original piece of art for a fraction of the normal gallery price.

Why Support Mind

Mental health problems affect many of us in one way or another at some point in our lives, and it is good to know that support and advice is always available from MIND. Helping to raise awareness is especially important at this particular time, when the taboos surrounding mental wellbeing are being dispelled in media initiatives boosted by the involvement of the younger Royals.


About KINC

Kingston Independent Network of Creatives aims to develop a thriving arts culture in the borough of Kingston upon Thames by enabling professional opportunities for our artists through engagement with communities, local businesses and the public sector.


About MIND

MIND is an organisation providing information, advice, support and services for people with mental health difficulties.

MIND services deliver - help for people to live independently in the community, mental health awareness training, user involvement services, and patient councils. In addition, there are two drop-in cafes providing low level support, and a range of activities including a music group and football team.