2:11pm Monday 20th February 2012
By Rebecca Cain
THE last collection of available artwork by a man who died in a road accident have been put on sale for charity.
There are 16 pieces of art for sale at the Thame Leisure Centre until March 12 by Darren Booth, who died in 2004 aged 37.
The money raised will go to Motor Neurone Research. His mother, Katherine, died from the disease last year.
Darren's dad, Ian and his brother, Peter have set up the exhibition which will be sold under sealed ballot, with a £40 starting price for each one.
Peter said: "Ian is devastated. He has been involved in putting it all together, to try and help keep his mind off everything."
Darren was an only child and attented Lord William's School, before pursuing a successful degree in Dentistry at the University of London Guy's Hospital. He later became a professional artist.
To take part in the closed bid auction collect an envelope and bid form from the Thame Leisure Centre reception. The exhibition ends on March 12.
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