Celtic FC Foundation is delighted to reveal that our limited edition art print, celebrating the inaugural Celtic FC Festival, is now available to purchase through our eBay account HERE.
The design, created by renowned Scottish artist, Jim Scullion, depicts a glittering night sky over the city’s Finnieston and Clydeside area – the site of the 2019 Festival.
Against a stunning twilight backdrop, a luminous moon bears Celtic FC Foundation’s insignia above one of Glasgow’s iconic landmarks, the Finnieston Crane, with subtle nods to the club and Lisbon Lions, Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers – both of whom sadly passed away earlier this year.
Priced at £10, prints are sized A2 and paired with an accompanying plastic sleeve. All proceeds from the sale of this artwork will support Celtic FC Foundation’s ongoing activities around dementia care.
On completion of your order we will contact you to arrange a suitable time for collection from Celtic Park (Please note this will be between Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm).
Delivery is also available throughout the UK or internationally (Please note that postage and packaging prices will vary dependent on delivery location and this cost is in addition to the price of the print).
Speaking of the prints, Celtic FC Foundation Chief Executive, Tony Hamilton, said: “We’d like to thank Jim Scullion once again for his wonderful support, in helping us to produce this stunning piece of art.
“The Celtic FC Festival was a tremendous occasion and the print offered a perfect keepsake for many of those in attendance. We’re delighted that the prints are now available to all of the supporters who were unable to pick one up on the day.
“I must also offer special thanks to another dedicated supporter of Celtic FC Foundation, Bell & Bain Ltd, who very generously provided their printing services free-of-charge, to ensure that all proceeds will support our project delivery working with those living with dementia and their carers.”