Investors Bank Art & Healing Gallery
2nd Floor Atrium, Capital Health Medical Center—Hopewell
One Capital Way
Repair and Connect: Rejuvenating Work Made of Fiber and Cloth is a group show curated by Kevan Lunney. After a career in New York as a sleepwear designer, Kevan Lunney started her own label, Serenity, which offered hand painted silk lingerie. Currently, she lectures on the topic of contemporary fiber art and is an independent curator. Her work has been shown in galleries, museums, and corporations across the United States, England, France, Botswana, and South Africa. Her newest work, Repair, premiers here. She is married with two children and lives in Ewing, NJ. www.KevanArt.com
The Hopewell Valley Arts Council is delighted to partner with Capital Health on this exhibit.
Please be sure to mark your calendars for the exhibit’s Public Opening Reception on Thursday, January 26 from 6-7:30. All are welcome to come by and enjoy refreshments; music by Strings and Steel, a guitar and handpan duo; and, of course, the delightful art of this exhibit.
Or stop by Capital Health—Hopewell anytime during Visiting Hours (8am-8pm) from January 20-March 22 to browse the show. The Information Desk at the front entrance to the hospital will direct you to the correct elevators to reach the gallery.
CAPITAL HEALTH believes in the importance of art in healthcare and has a long history of bringing the arts to its patients, visitors and staff. Capital Health involved the local art community in the design of Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell and is committed to utilizing the arts to create an environment of healing. We are pleased to open our rotating Investors Bank Art and Healing Gallery to the public to showcase the work of local artists.
All artwork in this show is for sale. FOR INFORMATION on purchasing a piece of artwork or to make a donation to support Arts and Healing at Capital Health, please call Bainy Suri, Esq., 609.537.6073 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of artwork in each exhibition are donated by the artists to Capital Health. Capital Health uses the funds to continue to develop the integration of the arts into the medical center, including its Arts & Healing programs, gallery exhibitions and permanent collections.