Developing a social prescribing service at Art in Healthcare based on an Occupational Therapy model Part 1
PART 1: Wednesday 27th January 2016
DATE POSTED: 27th of January 2016
Gizem Gedik reflects on her 4 month placement at Art in Healthcare as part of her Modern & Contemporary Art Masters degree at the University of Edinburgh. Gizem writes as now Associate Director of Art350, a prestigious commercial art gallery in Istanbul where she finds she uses almost all of the skills she learnt with us at AiH...
DATE POSTED: 29th of January 2015
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.
DATE POSTED: 27th of August 2014
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.
DATE POSTED: 30th of July 2014
Pettigrew's numerous self-portraits show a young man looking straight at the viewer, not with arrogance but with the assurance that befitted the accomplished draughtsman that he was. The word 'extraordinary' comes to mind when describing the extent and range of his talent.
DATE POSTED: 22nd of July 2014