For the last decade Ben has supported numerous charities through his live painting and various artistic projects. He takes pride in raising valuable funds for exceptional causes and enjoys giving something back where he can. He has put his art on clothing, designing a capsule collection with Marie Curie and fashionable attire for ITV’s charity Text Santa, which was modelled by Frank and Christine Lampard.
Ben created a record with his painting ‘Tower Bridge’ at the Marie Curie Brain Game at the Brewery in London with the painting selling for £43,000 with world class auctioneer Jonny Gould. For his painting on behalf of Marie Curie, he introduced a 24 carat gold leaf element into the work. It features a view of the London skyline from the BT Tower and celebrates how new and old architecture sits side by side in the Capital.
Ben had the extraordinary opportunity to paint Ed Sheeran live at the Natural History Museum, an event that brought together art, music, and cultural icons. During his live painting, Ben captured the essence of the formidable songwriter and global pop star with his distinctive artistic style, hopefully creating a unique and captivating portrait that encapsulated Sheeran’s persona. This also allowed Ben to personally meet and engage with Ed Sheeran, which was a tremendous honour.. What a guy Ed Sheeran is!!
“I’ve always enjoyed painting for Mike and Zara Tindall. I’m thrilled that they have two paintings of mine in their private collection and whenever I am asked to live paint for Mike at his celebrity golf day, I’m really excited to take the opportunity to do so. It’s a real pleasure to have created this special piece that celebrates three amazing accolades, The coronation, the Rugby 2003 tribute and also Mike’s Foundations 10 year anniversary”
It was great to support Lawrence Dallaglio and create a special 2003 world Cup winning Rugby themed tribute piece for his foundation. Still remember Jonny Wilkinsons last minute kick as if it was yesterday! Great result making 35k for Lawrence’s charity.
During the challenging times of the Covid-19 pandemic, Ben created a poignant painting to honour the dedication and sacrifice of key workers and the National Health Service (NHS). This artwork was intended as a symbol of gratitude and support for those on the frontlines, capturing the resilience and heroism of essential workers during the crisis. The painting was sold to raise crucial funds for Cure Parkinson’s.
My task on the night was to create a piece of art in front of a live audience that celebrated some of Hugh Grants greatest and most iconic films. He was present for an amazing event at Ten Trinity Square in London, for a terrific charity Hacked Off which does tremendous work standing up for a free and accountable press. I decided on four films in this piece to celebrate Hughs wonderful career. Four weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, Love actually and Mickey Blue eyes. Hacked Off is a terrific charity and i was delighted to be part of a wonderful evening that also featured Sting.
Ben Mosley’s live painting was auctioned off to support the Matt Hampson Foundation, a wonderful charity dedicated to assisting individuals who have suffered catastrophic injury through sport and various unfortunate accidents.
The incredible success of the 6 Nations dinner held at Battersea evolution was highlighted by the sale of the painting for an impressive 45k. It’s a real honour to Ben to support such a terrific and worthy cause. A charity that has the most remarkable people involved.
Ben Mosley’s live painting produced for Dragons’ Den superstar Peter Jones and his foundation was created with Mosley’s signature style which caught the attention of renowned and much loved figures Frank and Christine Lampard, ultimately leading to its purchase. For the Lampard’s to own one of Bens paintings is a terrific honour and accolade for him. A lovely couple!!