The Healing Arts Program

Starting DateJanuary 1, 2019

Ending DateJanuary 1, 2020

Ticket PricesFree

Event Description

The Phipps Center for the Arts collaborates with Hudson Hospital & Clinic and Westfields Hospital & Clinic, New Richmond, Wis., to provide Healing Arts Programs at each venue. Work by more than 20 local and regional artists is on view at any given time, and exhibits rotate quarterly. Receptions, which are open to the public, are held quarterly for each program, to celebrate the creativity of the participating artists.



Upcoming Exhibits at Hudson Hospital & Clinic



On view at Hudson Hospital & Clinic through February 3:

Ryan Armbruster, Ernest Miller, Mary Kathleen Scott, and Sister Arts Group Exhibit; 

“I have a strong connection to our environment and specifically animals, and spending time with them always replenishes my spirit and soul. I aspire to capture their emotions in my work. The serious gaze of a hawk, the gentle caring of a mother bear with her cub, a fox pup soaking in a warm morning sunbeam.”

– Ryan Armbruster (Hudson, Wis.)



On view at Hudson Hospital & Clinic through March 3: Kristin Prideaux; 



On view at Hudson Hospital & Clinic January 9 – April 14:

Margaret Grill, Stanley Leonard, Naomi Salgado, Glenn Terry, Jill Van Sickle, Joan Solomon, and Alyssa Wendorff; 



On view at Hudson Hospital & Clinic January 9 – May 5: Sylvia Benson; 



On view at Hudson Hospital & Clinic February 6 – May 5: Nancy Condon, Greg Lecker, Steve Miller, and Gene Piersa.



Upcoming Exhibits at Westfields Hospital and Clinic



On view at Westfields Hospital & Clinic through January 13: Cathy Durso, Elynn Lepel, Elliesha Klingberg, Austin Koeckeritz, Steve Muellerleie, Healing Through Gratitude Photography Exhibit, and Joan Solomon;



On view at Westfields Hospital & Clinic through March 22: Carole Hyder and Marilyn Rau;

“When I first started, I was surprised how I can transform and shape the paint. By using the free-flowing aspects of it, I am able to blend the colors together creating unique variations in my work. This acrylic painting is about having fun, learning a different art form, experimenting with techniques, and taking the personal challenge to create!”

– Marilyn Rau (Star Prairie, Wis.)



On view at Westfields Hospital & Clinic January 18 – April 9: Christy Dickinson, Danelle Griner, Susan Klem, Marie Panlener, and Thursday Morning Painters.

 “Painting is my voice, my view and my interpretation of what makes me tick. It’s a progress of continual growth, which sometime fares well and other times pushes me to go beyond my comfort zone.”

– Susan Klem (Star Prairie, Wis.)

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