Thursday 09 February 2017

Internship Experience at Art in Healthcare


Thank you to Alice Coulson for guest blogging about her experiences of working with Art in Healthcare as an intern from the University of Edinburgh.

Tuesday 02 August 2016

All the Wonderful Things Exhibition Overview


A summary of the successes from Art in Healthcare's June 2016 exhibition at Gayfield Creative Spaces supported by leading Scottish law firm BTO Solicitors LLP.

Monday 13 June 2016

Reflections on Leaving Art in Healthcare


Having decided it is time to move on from Art in Healthcare, Amelia reflects on a significant period of learning and recalls the development of the charity since she joined 5 years ago.

Thursday 07 April 2016

Artists and Patients Transform Rohallion Psychiatric Ward


Vanessa Magnone writes as an intern in Art in Healthcare and as an undergraduate student studying psychology and neuroscience:

Thursday 24 March 2016

Developing a social prescribing service at Art in Healthcare based on an Occupational Therapy model Part 3


PART 3: Thursday 24th March 2016

Monday 08 February 2016

Developing a social prescribing service at Art in Healthcare based on an Occupational Therapy model Part 2


PART 2: Monday 8th February 2016

Wednesday 27 January 2016

Developing a social prescribing service at Art in Healthcare based on an Occupational Therapy model Part 1


PART 1: Wednesday 27th January 2016

Monday 13 October 2014

Artist Uncovered: David Michie OBE, RSA, FRSA


"All the wonderful things that happen through the commonplace"

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Artist Uncovered: Gabrielle Reith


Gabrielle Reith reinvents the landscape. She flattens it and then reintroduces depth with patterns and texture. By breaking it down into distinctive shapes, motifs and dark outlines that delineate the blocks of colours, the artist creates a universal language of signs and symbols.

Wednesday 30 July 2014

Artist Uncovered: Elspeth Lamb RSA


Titles like 'March Hare', 'Miracle Fish' and 'Milagro' give us an inkling of Lamb's predilection for fairy tales and enchantment and this is indeed confirmed unmistakably by the allusion to 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' in the cover image of her website and by the artist's long blond hair that echoes the famous golden locks.

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Since 1991 our charity has been assembling one of the largest and most prestigious Collections of original Scottish art in the country. These artworks are uniquely available for display in hospitals and other healthcare settings.

Art in Healthcare is truly committed to the important role that art plays in the healing environment but we need your help to properly maintain and build this unique Collection for the enjoyment and benefit of the hundreds of thousands of staff, patients and visitors who view it each year.

With your help we're able to:

Keep our Collection on display in hospitals and care homes
Support young artists at their degree shows
Buy artwork from professional artists
Provide fun-filled art workshops for patients and care home residents
Develop our training programmes for volunteers

Adopt an artwork from our Collection for just £3 a month and you'll receive:

Your name (or a loved one's) written next to your chosen artwork online
A certificate of adoption with a picture of the artwork
Invites to Art in Healthcare's special events
First to view our latest Prestigious Print
Our colourful e-newsletter

"My patients really enjoy looking at our collection. Sometimes they even do an 'art tour' around the premises." ~ Barron Dental Practice

You can adopt an artwork in the gallery, if it hasn't already been adopted, by clicking the 'Adopt Me' button below the picture of the artwork.