The Hearth Gallery


The Hearth Gallery is located in the University Hospital Llandough’s main plaza entrance and is open daily between 9am and 8pm.

The gallery is one of a kind in Wales; a contemporary space situated at the heart of a clinical setting.

Since its opening in 2015, the gallery has hosted over 25 separate exhibitions, which change roughly every 4-6 weeks, featuring work from both emerging and established artists, and a variety of community groups and charities.

The Hearth Gallery works with artists and groups to host a diverse and extensive programme of exciting exhibitions, and we welcome all proposals and submissions for exhibition.


Check out our news page for more information about specific exhibitions (including both past exhibitions and those coming up in the near future).

The Hearth Gallery Visitors’ Book

Excellent, thought provoking exhibition which should not be restricted to a hospital environment

Reflections on Our Industrial Heritage

“What a lovely space bringing tranquility and focus away from ‘hospital’”

Flow: Creativity, Movement and Dance in Recovery

It made me cry. My sister has had breast cancer and though we talk a lot, this made me really understand what she has been through

Breast Cancer: a creative intervention

Great exhibition- lovely to take Mum off the ward to something special

RAF 100 Exhibition

Wonderful to escape the ward and find this gallery. Art feeds the soul and mind. Thank you!

Gallery opening, September 2015

Beautifully laid out- vibrant works of art and crafts. Impressive

Summer Open Exhibition

Wonderful exhibition, many of the comments are relevant to other cancer diagnoses. It has helped me to understand what my step son went through

Breast Cancer: a creative intervention

“Amazing brilliant work which powerfully communicates the cancer journey and what in reality this means for a person. Well done and thanks”

Breast Cancer: a creative intervention

This is my second visit and I learn more about mental health and the feelings attached on each visit. Thanks for sharing

Walls Muriau

“What my soul needed”

Flow: Creativity, Movement and Dance in Recovery