We are delighted to have on display a series of landscape paintings by local contemporary painter, Luke Roberts. Originally from Anglesey, North Wales, Luke now lives and works in Cardiff, creating a variety of painted works from his Cardiff studio.
As part of Eating Disorder Awareness Week this March, we are delighted to be showcasing in the Plaza Space and our Virtual Gallery, the Creative Insights exhibition which celebrates the launch of the new Cardiff and Vale Adult Eating Disorders Service.
A virtual arts in health project supporting two groups of adults experiencing mental health problems and a third group of brain injury survivors, to access creativity from home by creating story chains of visual art and creative writing inspired by each other's work. See this exhibition in our virtual gallery: Listen to a piece of … Continue reading HARP Sprint: Rengarific
Welcome to our Winter Open Exhibition 2020 at Oriel yr Aelwyd : The Hearth Gallery, University Hospital Llandough. We are delighted to showcase a group exhibition of paintings, drawings, photography, textiles and prints by our staff members, Patients, visitors and members of our community. From all the pressures this year that the Covid-19 pandemic has … Continue reading Winter Open Exhibition 2020 – Arddangosfa Agored Y Gaeaf 2020
Seeun Kim is a South Korean jeweller and metal craftswoman who trained in Japanese traditional handicraft skills and precious metals as an advanced specialist in Japan. Seeun now lives in London where she is continuing her training and career as a jeweller. We are delighted to be showcasing two of Seeun’s most recent projects which … Continue reading Seeun Kim – The Braille Object Project & the Sign Language Object Project
Artist Adrian Ford brightening up our corridor exhibition space at University Hospital Llandough with his painted beachscape scenes. Adrian Ford is a self-taught amateur artist that started painting almost three years ago after being challenged by his wife. Adrian particularly likes to paint images of landscapes, but he has also worked on portraiture and animal studies. … Continue reading Adrian Ford – Seascape paintings at University Hospital Llandough
In January 2020, artists Paul Whittaker and Tamsin Griffiths – Four in Four, began an Arts Council of Wales funded project in collaboration with Cardiff & Vale Health Charity Arts Team, the All Wales Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre at University Hospital Llandough, and also supported by our Patient Experience team. As the Covid-19 crisis grew … Continue reading Virtual Delivery of an Arts intervention for Cystic Fibrosis patients during Lockdown – Cyflwyno ymyrraeth Gelfyddydol rithwir i gleifion Ffeibrosis Systig yn ystod y cyfnod cloi
Our new display at the Hearth Gallery is a solo exhibition by local visual artist and photographer Suzie Larke. The Hearth Gallery, supported by Cardiff & Vale Health Charity are also delighted to be working in partnership with The Mental Health Foundation in Wales as part of their new arts initiative, the Green Ribbon Arts … Continue reading Unseen by Suzie Larke
As part of the Gwanwyn Festival last year, we were delighted to work with filmmaker Jorge Lizalde, and third sector organisation, Solace, at the Highlight Road Community Centre in Barry. The project, Mnemonic 3, created by Jorge Lizalde, enabled us to give carers a voice and an opportunity to express their experiences, thoughts and feelings. … Continue reading Gwanwyn Festival 2019, Mnemonic 3.0, by Jorge Lizalde.
In May 2020 the Arts for Health and Wellbeing team, supported by Cardiff & Vale Health Charity, commissioned reportage Illustrator and War Artist, Dan Peterson to document Cardiff and Vale University Health Board’s response to COVID-19, specifically at the new Dragon’s Heart Hospital, the new field hospital built in the grounds of the Principality Stadium … Continue reading Illustrator Dan Peterson in the Dragon’s Heart Hospital