As the days get shorter and the nights get darker, brighten up your days at University Hospital Llandough with our wonderful Winter Open Exhibition.

We are incredibly proud to present a stunning collection of paintings, drawing, photography, jewellery, sculpture and a variety of print works submitted by our staff patients and visitors that demonstrates the passion for the arts held by our community and highlights in the best way the purpose and aims of the Hearth Gallery.

At Cardiff and Vale University Health Board we believe strongly in the ability of the Creative Arts to improve the everyday lives and wellbeing of our staff, patients and visitors, providing opportunities for relaxation, contemplation and enjoyment. Whether you are taking the time to view art, or to create art and participate in art projects yourself, the physical and mental benefits can be enormous. Our exhibitions and other Creative Arts events are open to all and we encourage everyone to learn more about our arts-in-health projects, and to take part.

 

Thank you to all our exhibiting artists:

  • Isabelle Anderson
  • Linda Agostini
  • Wayne Brewer
  • Stephen Davis
  • Sean Donovan
  • Emily Louise Heard
  • Ian Martin
  • Richard Morgan
  • Anna Polya
  • Rhys Powell
  • Deborah Roelvink
  • Clare Sommerville
  • Jo Waring

We’re also looking forward to a busy 2019 in the Hearth Gallery as we have an exhibition schedule which is full to the brim with exciting artists. This will also include another open exhibition in the summer so if you’re aspiring artist who would like to take the opportunity to have their work shown in the Hearth Gallery, speak with our exhibition coordinator, Melanie Wotton, in the new year.

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