The Arts for Health and Wellbeing Team, supported by Cardiff & Vale Health Charity were delighted to commission and support artist Marion Cheung to work on an innovative project, Threads of Memory, The Spaces Between Us, delivered to patients and staff at St. David’s Hospital, Cardiff.
Click below to enter the Virtual Gallery. As part of the Gwanwyn festival this year, The Hearth Gallery is delighted to announce our new exhibition, Connections: an exploration of Creativity, Nature and Identity, which is a showcase of artwork and creativity produced within a recent collaborative art project between University students and patients at hospital. … Continue reading Gwanwyn Festival 2021. Connections : an exploration of Creativity, Nature and Identity.
We are delighted to present a new body of work by members of Cowbridge Art Society for our Spring Exhibition at Barry Hospital. Many members have continued to create artworks through our lockdowns, and this exhibitions showcases a variety of genres, styles and approaches by talented local artists. Cowbridge Art Society was founded in 1960, … Continue reading Cowbridge Art Society Spring Exhibition at Barry Hospital
Artist and Illustrator Amy Jackson is looking for NHS staff who would like their portrait drawn as part of an ongoing project. The portrait will be free of charge and the recipient will also receive a print of the finished portrait. A second print of your portrait will take part in Amy’s upcoming exhibition in the Plaza Exhibition Space at University Hospital Llandough from 29th June – 8th August 2021.
During the pandemic, Cardiff and Vale Arts for Health and Wellbeing received generous contributions of art from many individuals. This art captured moments in time of the feelings of the nation. Some of the art was reflective, some art was uplifting, some art formed tributes those loved ones lost due to Covid-19. These art works will be a lasting reminder of a challenging time for many.
Reportage Illustrator and War Artist, Dan Peterson worked closely with Cardiff and Vale Arts for Health and Wellbeing team during the pandemic to help document Cardiff and Vale University Health Board’s response to Covid-19.
From rainbows to remembrance art work, the hugely popular “With Thanks” exhibition, which was on display during the pandemic at the Hearth Gallery at University Hospital Llandough is now on permanent display at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board’s Head Office at Woodland House.
An exhibition and affordable art sale celebrating a community who bonded in a time where connection through creativity became a lifeline, will take place at The Hearth Gallery from 22nd March – 25th April 2021 and online through the Arts for Health and Wellbeing website.
An affordable art sale featuring the artwork of students of Beth Morris Workshops.
We are delighted to have on display a series of bright and colourful Meadow paintings by local painter, Rachel Hannah. We are delighted to have on display a series of bright and colourful Meadow paintings by local painter, Rachel Hannah.