15 June 2016
Leading independent Scottish law firm BTO Solicitors LLP has announced it is sponsoring the upcoming Art in Healthcare exhibition ‘All the Wonderful Things’ from 25 - 28 June 2016 at Gayfield Creative Spaces in Edinburgh.
Art in Healthcare is a charity that provides art for healthcare organisations in Scotland. It creates stimulating environments that positively affect patients’ wellbeing and contribute to an effective healing process.
The ‘All the Wonderful Things’ exhibition will feature the work of 22 artists who graduated and established their careers between the 1960s and 2010s, including Barbara Rae, Carmen Ambrozevich, Matthew Draper and Toby Paterson.
An original Ann Oram prestigious print will also be launched at the exhibition. A limited edition of 75 prints have been created and all proceeds from sales of the print will support the work of Art in Healthcare.
Alan Borthwick, BTO’s chairman, said: “We see sponsoring ‘All the Wonderful Things’ as a great opportunity to support artists and Art in Healthcare in its aim to create inspiring environments that will have a positive impact on the wellbeing of patients in hospitals, care homes, medical practices and hospices. We wish the charity every success in its fundraising efforts.”
Margaret O’Connor, CEO of Arts in Healthcare, commented: “We are very pleased to have BTO on board as the lead sponsor for this exhibition. The firm’s generous support has made both the exhibition and the Ann Oram print possible, which will enable us to raise valuable funds for our important work. Coming along to the exhibition is an opportunity to buy art by some great artists and also for people to find out more about the work of Art in Healthcare. The eclectic mix of practices, subject matter and reflections of artists will also provide an interesting and informative visual art experience.”
Related Links: Art in Healthcare website.