Current Temporary Exhibitions

Arts for Health MK organise a programme of temporary exhibitions throughout Milton Keynes University Hospital, which change every six months, we make information on the exhibitions available online for you to explore remotely.  You can also find details below on other Arts for Health MK led exhibitions and displays at off-site locations around Milton Keynes.

*Some dates may vary due to the current COVID-19 environment - please do not visit the hospital to view exhibitions and strictly adhere to current guidance  www.mkuh.nhs.uk/coronavirus-covid-19

Explore our Current Exhibitions Below︎︎︎




Tape Works: Jan Harrington 


Location: Online / Near wards 4-5 (Childrens wards) June 2021 - 2022
Milton Keynes University Hospital

This series of artworks created exclusively using tape, for exhibiting at Milton Keynes University Hospital, are a study of colour and line. The artist is known for creating large installations out of tape, mainly in a monotone colour palette, these smaller artworks proved to need a more intense use of colour as the basis of each piece. 

Image: Within and without (June 2020) 61 x 91 cm Tape on board ©JanHarrington



Hamburg Series: Jane Walker 


Location: Online / Cancer Centre Link Corridor (*No General Public Access) April 2021 - March 2022 Milton Keynes University Hospital

This series of artworks are based on images of Hamburg, a city the artist visited recently and viewed from church spires that survived the 2nd World War. The city is drawn and re-drawn, changing the scale of the buildings, turning them upside down, to give them a suspended, abstract appearance.
 

Image: Hambug Series No.1 (2019), acrylic on collage, 91 x 69 cm ©JaneWalker




Ergo Artworks: Tom Craven


Location: Online / March - August 2021 Milton Keynes University Hospital (No general public access)

Ergo Artworks has emerged from the doodles of one of Milton Keynes University Hospital Estates team. On display are a small selection from an organic and vivid catalogue of abstract designs, explore online here.

Image:  Doves (2020) digital artwork from ink on card original, 29.7 x 42 ©ErgoArtworks

Mindful Mandala 


Ann Crearie, Orinta Pranaityte & Astrid Baerndal

Location: Online
Mandala, (Sanskrit: “circle”) from historic, cultural origins the Mandala symbol appears in many contemporary art therapy approaches.  This exhibition features artworks created by artists who use the Mandala at the centre of their practice and also work within the field of art therapy. Some of the artworks have been made by the artists, others in collaboration with workshop participants.
Image: Mandala, (2005-2006) handcut inkjet print on paper ©Astrid Baerndal



Gabrielle Radiguet


Long Term Loan

‘Paintings celebrating the awe and wonder of the English landscape.’
Find out more here.

Location: Milton Keynes University Hospital (*No general public access)

Paintings Available for Sale

Astrid Hogestsu Baerndal

Long Term Loan

50 Anniversary MK series: Mixed Media artwork series depicting images of central Milton Keynes, digitally edited and assembled.  Find out more here.

Location: Milton Keynes University Hospital (*No general public access)


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