‘A unique dance’: Liz Atkin reimagines Compulsive Skin Picking as art

Liz Atkin is an acclaimed artist who has Compulsive Skin Picking. She tells us how she uses art to manage this complex physical and mental disorder…Read more

‘The joy and the complexity of life lived’: Simon Carter on painting

Simon Carter is an established artist and curator, working in Essex. In the fifth of our 60 Voices, he tells us what painting brings to his life...Read more

‘Beyond cancer’: Art and compassionate cancer care

Ben Hartley, Arts Officer at the Royal Marsden, tells us how the Trust works with Paintings in Hospitals to transform the care experience for people with cancer…Read more

'Life beyond the hospital': How art helped one inpatient find an escape

Published here for the first time, architect Toby Carr shares his account of how art helped him through his hospital treatment following a shock diagnosis…Read more

‘Food of the human spirit’: Maggi Hambling on arts & health

Maggi Hambling is one of the world’s leading artists. In the second of our 60 Voices series, she tells us what ‘arts in health’ means to her…Read more

‘A thing called Paintings in Hospitals’: our Founder Sheridan Russell

The first voice in our ‘60 Years, 60 Voices’ weekly blog series is the voice that started it all...Read more