The Arts Team have been busy changing over the exhibitions in the main corridor at York hospital and we’d love to share them with you.
Norma and Michael Woodford
Norma and Michael Woodford, two pensioners who have no training or background in the arts, felt inspired to make these beautiful scenes during the lockdowns. It all started when Norma began gathering interesting pieces of wood found during their walks in the local woodland, and the rest, as they say, is history. We are so inspired by their creativity!
To find out more you can find the exhibition at J3 on Main Street or follow the link to our exhibitions page on the trust website
“My garden, the public garden and allotment have been a real source of comfort to many, including myself and reinforced my belief in the power of gardening to help induce a sense of wellbeing. These paintings are my expression of hope, of better times to come.” Adrienne French
Between the Lines – Living with Dementia
Karen is a York artist and covers many subjects and techniques but portraiture is her love. Karen spent many years caring for her mum and this collection of portraits captures a few of the people that Karen met along that journey.
Fiona is a self-taught mixed media artist painting seascapes and landscapes, mostly on canvas which she frames herself. Fiona prefers to paint outside, whether in the woods, by the sea or in her flower-filled York courtyard.
Artists can apply for an exhibition space