In August 2022, we installed eleven artworks at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital, part of Bedfordshire Hospitals to brighten the Notably Surgical block, Radiology, and Maternity wards. Read more
We brightened the corridors of Nottingham University Hospitals with new exhibitions to support older patients and care staff... Read more
We've partnered with Better to bring art exhibitions and workshops to communities in London and the West Midlands... Read more
Our pilot project OASIS is helping to ease social isolation and loneliness by connecting participants with art and each other... Read more
Our art collection is the only national arts in health collection. Over 2,000 artists are represented, including Bridget Riley, Antony Gormley, Andy Warhol, Anish Kapoor, Maggi Hambling, and many more.
Paintings in Hospitals makes it easy for health and community care services to benefit from our art.
We are currently unable to process one-off donation payments on our website. We expect this to be resolved soon but in the meantime, if you would like to donate please contact [email protected] for information.
Our art activities and workshops (both digital and practical) exist to empower patients and carers with the skills and confidence needed to make the most of art's power to inspire better health and wellbeing.
Art can help us stay well, aid our recovery, and support us to live longer, better lives. But the benefits don't end there!
Browse our collection of items by some of the UK's leading artists and designers here on our website or visit the Paintings in Hospitals eBay Shop.
Leonardo’s Dog II by Dame Elisabeth Frink R.A is up for auction at Bonhams today as part of Paintings in Hospitals fundraising efforts. Read more
David Allen is an artist, writer, and supporter of Paintings in Hospitals and creator of our Christmas cards for this year. In this article he shares his perspective on art and health – how they are interrelated, the inspiration behind his designs for this year’s Christmas Cards, and how he hopes to see art used in the future of healthcare. Read more
We are working with a carefully curated selection of Auction Houses to raise funds from the sale of deaccessioned artworks from our collection. Read more
Paintings in Hospitals Collaborates with Penylan House Nursing Home in South Wales: Bringing Art and Artistic Workshops to Residents, with Amazing Results. Read more