The waiting room of Camphill Medical Practice provides a light, airy art gallery space where we promote the work of local artists while offering patients an ever-changing view!
Working with local artists we deliver an exciting art programme. The charity hosts an open night for each exhibition: an opportunity to meet the artist over a glass of wine or soft drink and enjoy the new work on display. Each exhibition runs for 6 weeks with a percentage of all sales going directly to support CWT and its various activities.
The open nights have been a great success with the range of art bringing a variety of people to the gallery space, promoting both the artist’s work and the work of CWT. The Art in the Waiting Room project has introduced a unique way for people to support the work we do.
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“Kathleen participated in NEOS: Sep 2016 before being approached by CWT for her current show of small-scale work. Her inspiration for this exhibition comes mainly from her on-going obsession with the sea and all things connected with it. Kathleen scuba dives as a hobby and has lived, for most of her life, within a mile or two of a shoreline. She admires how old village communities, such as Portsoy, managed to build beautiful harbours several hundred years ago which entirely suited the life – natural and functional – of their ‘place’. Kathleen’s work attempts to evoke the still, folklore of such places.
Open Monday – Friday, 8am – 6pm.
Our exciting art programme extends until 2018 with an open night for each new exhibition.
If you are an artist and would be interested in displaying your work as part of our project, please get in touch