Incognito art sale where everything goes for $100

More than 3500 works are still up for grabs from the Incognito Art Show, with funds going to two studios supporting artists with disability.
A wall filled with colourful images in A5 size. Standing in front is a person with long brown hair and a brown jacket.

Dubbed as “Australia’s biggest charity art sale”, Incognito Art Show presents over 3500 original artworks each with a set price of $100. The online sale accepts submissions from all comers, with over 2000 amateur and professional artists signing up this year.

An in-person event was held on Sunday 16 July when over 2000 pieces out of a total 5000-plus submitted found new homes for a good cause. Incognito Art Show will only reveal the name of the artist once an artwork is bought, and those unveiled so far include Laura Jones, Eliza Gosse, Abdul Abdullah, Joan Ross, Jason Phu, Marisa Purcell, Jessica Nothdurft, Miranda Hine and more.

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