Artists paint portraits of NHS frontline staff in Essex
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This portrait of St Clare Hospice nursing assistant, Sarah Lord has been drawn by artist Sarah Harvey.
As portrait of St Clare Hospice nursing assistant, Sarah Lord has been drawn by artist Sarah Harvey.
The drawing is part of a national campaign by artists to thank NHS and keyworkers for their work on the front line during the coronavirus pandemic.
The campaign #portraitsfornhsheroes was started by Oxford-based artist Tom Croft who offered to paint a key worker’s portrait in an Instagram post – and has now led to over 500 artists giving away free portraits to front line workers around the world.
Sarah Harvey, who is a contemporary painter based in Sawbridgeworth, was inspired to join the campaign as a way to give something back to health care staff and key
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workers caring for people during the Coronavirus pandemic.
She said: ““I have drawn a pencil sketch of Sarah from a photograph of her taken after a long night shift caring for patients in their own homes.”
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St Clare Hospice in Hastingwood, Essex, cares for terminally ill patients both at the hospice and in the patients’ homes.