A special thank you to Mark Humphrey for dedicating the poppy-themed ANA (Army, Navy & Airforce) Triptych in Jubilee Plaza to The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity.

In total there are 7 installations which are part of the Canary Wharf Art Trail. The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is honoured to be included alongside other forces charities and represented by this poignant piece of artwork.

Taken from (http://canarywharf.com/arts-events/exhibitions/remembrance-art-trail-november-2016/?instance_id=)

"Each artwork is dedicated to a forces related charity in order to raise awareness of the amazing work that they do throughout the year helping former forces personnel and their families. The charities are:

  • The Royal British Legion
  • RAF Benevolent Fund
  • Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity
  • ABF The Soldiers Charity
  • The Not Forgotten Association
  • Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company
  • The Poppy Factory
  • Stoll
  • Combat Stress

All of the pieces have been created here in the UK, using material salvaged from military sources and using some military manufacturing techniques and together the installations tell an extraordinary visual story providing opportunities for private reflection."

"Created by international award-winning artist Mark Humphrey, the UK’s first Remembrance Art Trail, in association with the Royal British Legion and constructed with the help of the Corps of Royal Engineers, consists of seven art installations. Each piece has a different focus within the wider theme of military experience, aiming to encourage personal reflection and contemplation. The art can be explored in any order, but will come together to tell a powerful visual story of the sacrifice and service by our Armed Forces..."

ANA Triptych dedicated to Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity  


"ANA (Army, Navy & Airforce) Triptych in Jubilee Plaza – 
a work about abstract poppy forms explored within military transport parts of the British Armed Forces dedicated to Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, RAF Benevolent Fund & ABF The Soldiers’ Charity"

The artwork is free to view and organisers have put together a free trail guide for those wanting to view each of the 7 pieces of artwork

If you do get a chance to view the ANA piece during Remembrance weekend, please send us your pictures, as we would love to see them!

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