Welcome to the E.A.M.C.F Website

Welcome to the EAMCF website and to artwork Of Elizabeth Ann McMahon. During Ann’s life time, it was her wish to have her work displayed and sold in aid of mental health and many other charities. It is hoped that through your interest and generosity, people in need of specialist psychiatric treatment can receive grant aid. Initially, funding will be directed to M.I.N.D., S.A.N.E., and The Scottish Association for Mental Health. Further into the future, it is hoped to broaden the scope of named charities to countries outside the U.K.

Through Ann’s incredible work, EAMCF aims to Raise awareness of Mental health issues and help others in similar situations.

The striking semi-abstract artwork on black background, along with her diary, document Ann's life, thoughts and the state of her mental  health. Ann continued her artwork to the end of her life because people were intrigued by her skill and she could give them an instantaneous gift of one of her pictures. Ann loved giving.

Each print will cost £20.00 and once production and shipping charges of £5.00 have been deducted, the remaining £15.00 will go to your stipulated charity.

Since Ann's death in 2005, the committee of the E.A.M.C.F. have been working to carry out Ann's wishes. Initially any proceeds from the fund will be devoted to mental health charities which are listed on the website for you to see. It is possible in the future, however, that other charities and causes will be included in the fund's work. To date, a small number of prints have been sold and two cheques for £75.00 respectively,will be presented to Cancer Research and The Scottish Association for Mental Health on Tuesday 5th December in Elgin, Morayshire. We are hoping that this small start will gain momentum with the launch of this wonderful website and, in time, fulfil Ann's dream.

Ann's artwork was unseen and unappreciated until now: enjoy!

Press Release - Northern Scot.

To-day we are making two presentations, both of £75 to Moray Association for Mental Health (Moray Anchor Projects) and to Cancer Research. Sadly, the artist died in March 2005 but not before she had seen the launch of this project which represented a dream fulfilled. To-day also sees the launch of  a website dedicated soley to raising money for mental health charities, namely MIND, SANE and THE SCOTISH ASSOCIATION for MENTAL HEALTH.

Other charities are also in line to benefit through the work of the local committee, the artist drew up a list in her lifetime which includes the following charities:

With  a legacy from her sister, Janet has completed the printing of Ann’s art portfolio using the expert skills of Lossie Print & Design who have been most generous in their support of this venture. The result is a durable semi-gloss print of exceptional quality. These prints can be bought at cost to support charities mentioned on the web site.