The expertise and knowledge of our Art team is expanding its role and providing services across the wider community, including a contract to provide exhibitions at Sulis Hospital Bath twice a year.
Shades of Green
An Art Project curated by Sandra Higgins
New works by Louisa Burnette-Hall, David Ferry and Pete Hoida are now on display at Sulis Hospital, Bath. They are part of the Shades of Green exhibition previously shown are RUH. All works are available to buy with a proportion paid to the hospital.
This Exhibition is inspired by the Somerset Landscape near the picturesque village of Englishcombe just outside of Bath. It gathers together a specially selected group of artists, intentionally diverse in their practices, and asks each to respond to the same landscape view through their own personal reaction after visiting the location. This concept was conceived during the first lockdown in the UK over a year ago now and continues to grow.
The five works from this exhibition at Sulis Hospital are:
Ionic Beauty by Pete Hoida
King Arthur’s Mirror and Dancing with the Graces by Louisa Burnett-Hall
Englishcombe Velux 1 & 2 by David Ferry
There are more artworks on display at the Sulis Hospital by the following artists:
“Thank you for helping me to pick up my picture, Free as the Sea . I am really delighted. I would also really like to emphasize how impressed I am with the Art in the RUH. It is fabulous , but more than that, I have found and believe, that it is very therapeutic and healing by being there!
I was also impressed with what I thought was , a very fair , and valid , payment break up!” Patient
“Whilst accompanying my mother to an appointment at Sulis Hospital recently, we were both delighted by the collection of beautiful artworks on display [courtesy of Art at the Heart] – thank you for helping to provide a nourishing space for everyone.” Visitor
See an example of a previous exhibition at Sulis Hospital Bath in the art catalogue below:
To buy an artwork please contact email@example.com or 01225 824987
All works are for sale with a third of the sale price donated to the RUH Arts Fund, helping to improve the hospital environment for patients, visitors and staff!