Art in Healthcare update

If you've followed these pages for a while you may recall when I mentioned last year that I'd given a couple of prints, from the Year in Trees collection, to the Scottish healthcare organization known as Art In Healthcare (original story). The organization is there to provide a stimulating environment, general mental wellness and therapeutic relief to patients, staff and visitors through displays of art from generous donators throughout the UK and the rest of the World. The art can be sponsored or bought with all proceeds going supporting various Art in Healthcare initiatives.

I also learned last year that the prints donated found their way to a local hospital in Perth, Scotland, where they're helping to provide therapy for various mental health issues. I was very pleased to hear that I like to lend my support to raising awareness of  mental health and breaking down the stigma that surrounds this serious  illness.

Meanwhile however, I was delighted when I received an unexpected letter in the post yesterday, informing me that December will be featured as part of their fourth edition of printed cards (still to be published). This feel like and extra bonus. It's great to hear that, as artists, we can help to make the world a slightly better place in small ways through our art. I know some of you already have the original print - so now there's an interesting little story behind it too. And now more people can send this inamge around the world and help a great cause at the same time.

art in healthcare letter

If you'd like to have your own cards, please consider purchasing a pack or even just a simple card from the organization for this worthy cause. You can find details here... Art in Healthcare greeting cards.

If you'd like to purchase the original print through my website, please let me know you read about it here. Email me and I'll be happy to make a 50% donation from the proceeds towards a health charity of your choice.

Thanks folks! Wishing you good health and happiness all around!


Comment on this post (3 comments)

  • alette says...

    Great job Lenny…we should never underestimate the power our environments have on our wellbeing, positively stimulating both mind and body.

    February 23, 2017

  • Claudia Evens says...

    Once again, your work is appreciated more than you expected. Great stuff Lenny.

    February 16, 2017

  • Kev says...

    That’s a wonderful story. It’s really good to own a bit of art that has a personal touch or story attached. You’re a good man.

    February 16, 2017

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