26th March 2015
Trinity’s outpatient centre, Mulberry Place, is proud to be hosting the exhibition “Hell-a-bration: an exploration of mortality in oils and pencil” by artist David Sharp at the end of March, with the Private View to be held on Thursday 26 March, 6pm – 8pm.
‘Hell-a-bration’ as an exhibition seeks to present a diverse representation of David’s work, both retrospective and post-illness. The exhibition demonstrates his passion and versatility in depicting the human form, of which he uses to express his emotions, fears and frustrations. Being a prolific artist and now a patient here at Trinity, David Sharp has exhibited extensively and internationally for many years and we are extremely honoured to be a part of this culmination of his life’s work.
Art therapy forms an integral part of the complementary services we provide in Mulberry Place, our outpatient centre here at Trinity. It provides a range of flexible, patient services in a friendly and welcoming environment and aims to offer relaxation and relief from stress and anxiety.
If you would like to come along to the month-long exhibition or the Private View , please get in touch with our art therapist Diana on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7787 1015.
After costs, all proceeds from this exhibition will be shared between Trinity Hospice and the Lewy Body Dementia Society.
A Price list for all David’s work can be found here.