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 April 14: Sylvia Benson, Margaret Grill, Stanley Leonard, Naomi Tiry Salgado, Glenn Terry, Jill Van Sickle, Joan Solomon, and Alyssa Wendorff

“My only hope conceptually is that my prints will leave people with a sense of reverence for the world around them, choosing to acknowledge that nature is something that exists everywhere, and they are a part of it.”

– Stanley Leonard (Woodbury, Minn.)

 

 

On view through May 5: Nancy Condon, Greg Lecker, Michaela Mahady, Steve Miller, and Gene Piersa

 “Most of my pieces are functional and each one unique. My work includes bowls, vases, vessels, plates, boxes, urns and some unique pepper mills with graceful curves. Showcasing the natural beauty of the different grains and tones is the beauty of working with each type of wood.”

– Steve Miller (River Falls, Wis.)

 

On view March 6 – June 2: Cheri Thies

 

On view April 17 – July 14: Becca Cerra, Nicole Hoekstra, and Minnesota Society of Outdoor Painting

 

On view April 17 – August 4: Danelle Griner

 

 

Upcoming Exhibits at Westfields Hospital and Clinic

 

 

On view at Westfields Hospital & Clinic through March 12: Marilyn Rau

 

On view through April 9: Christy Dickinson, Danelle Griner, Susan Klem, Marie Panlener, and Thursday Morning Painters

“My work examines the process of waiting. This process is ambiguous and can produce comfort or a search for escape. I use textured surfaces combined with the symbol of the chair to represent these emotional terrains and landscapes of waiting.”

– Danelle Griner (St. Paul, Minn.)

 “Inspiration for my multimedia art comes from calligraphy, collage and life. I like random geometric shapes mixed with the raw messiness of human touch. The viewer can remember the elation of love and the fun of dancing. Fireworks blast, the garden grows, music plays.”

– Marie Panlener (St. Paul, Minn.)

 

On view March 15 – June 11: Mark Ostapchuk

 

On view April 12 – July 9: Barbara Casey, Mark Granlund, Steph Kunze, and Glenn Terry.

“For me, the primary motivating factor in creating art is a desire to express the beauty, peace, harmony, and love that are found when life is connected or striving to connect with its highest nature, where the integration of spirit and matter is found. More than just being a focus of personal interest, I believe it to be vitally needed in today’s world.”

– Glenn Terry (East Bethel, Minn.)

 


 

Hudson Hospital & Clinic and Westfields Hospital & Clinic encourage the community to visit their facilities to see the healing artwork that is displayed throughout each campus. Stop by Monday through Sunday between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Due to patient privacy and hospital security policies, some areas where artwork is displayed may be restricted.

To learn more or to schedule a group artwork tour, please contact Chelsea Long at 715.531.6059 or Chelsea.K.Long@healthpartners.com.

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