The art of healing: hospital unveils sculpture to lift the eyes and spirit
Mobile sculpture brings a sense of balance to new specialist trauma hospital in Northumbria, says Richard Holt
“I think artwork in a hospital should be either contemplative or distracting. How clever that this work succeeds in doing both.”
This was the reaction of Royal Academy artist Alison Wilding to the huge mobile sculpture that dominates the reception area of the new specialist emergency care...
Muestra Presente, Solo exhibition at Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Franklin Rawson in San Juan, Argentina
Jorge Sarsale, the weave of emptiness
Ashraf Hanna has been awarded the 'Best in Show' Prize at this year's British Glass Biennale, held at Strourbridge, an event that is part of the International Festival of Glass.
Ashraf's first experiments using glass began during an MA course in ceramics and glass at The Royal College of Art 2009-2011. So began a time of transition; something that must be addressed if creative practice is to benefit fully from an intensive period of study such as the RCA MA course.
Laura Ellen Bacon: The Invisible Store of Happiness, St John's Gate, Clerkenwell, London - 19 - 21 May 2015
A new collaboration between Sebastian Cox and Laura Ellen Bacon, alongside the American Hardwood Export Council, for Clerkenwell Design Week, London