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Pop Artist Donates Elvis Portrait To Chester Fibromyalgia Charity

Monday 14 August 2017

 

From UK news outlet the Chester Chronicle:

 

Simon Dixon and his portrait
The Fibromyalgia art exhibition in The Forum, Chester.
 

Pop artist donates Elvis portrait to Chester fibromyalgia charity

By Sallie Ehlen
11 August 2017
© 2017 Trinity Mirror Merseyside

Organisers of a charity art exhibition were delighted to receive a portrait of Elvis by renowned pop artist Simon Dixon.

The exhibition, which was held in The Forum shopping centre in Chester, was organised by David Williams to raise awareness of fibromyalgia.

David, from Upton, set up the charity Rock Off Fibro after his wife Jackie – a fit and healthy long distance runner – was struck down by the incurable condition which has left her needing to use a wheelchair for the rest of her life.

Following a successful music concert back in April, David wanted to continue to raise awareness of the condition and came up with the idea of the art exhibition having received donations of artwork from fellow sufferers and artists.

 

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