Arts at Erlanger
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
December 14, 2018 – April 10, 2019
Gallery Corridor, adjacent to Elevator D
This exhibit celebrates artworks inspired by various means of transportation. Most artwork is available for purchase. Works featured by:
Karen Ottley Sticher
Steven R. Ware
Evelyn Marie Williams
Show information (works, sizes, and pricing)
Call for Artwork Submissions - Birds, Bees, and Butterflies
April 20 – August 21, 2019
Erlanger Baroness Hospital, Gallery corridor next to the D elevators
No Entry Fee
Submit Your Work
Select “Birds, Bees, & Butterflies” button on submission form. Deadline for submissions is February 25, 2019.
CLICK HERE to download flier.
Our Mission: Creating a healing atmosphere
The purpose of art in the hospital setting goes far beyond decoration. Recent studies show a direct link between art and the brain’s reaction to pain, stress and anxiety. A 2011 University of London study found that blood flow increased 10 percent to the “joy response” part of the brain when subjects saw a beautiful painting. The Arts at Erlanger program seeks to preserve and expand the healing, uplifting, and therapeutic art at all campuses in our medical system.
Our goals are to:
- Create a healing atmosphere for patients and their guests at all Erlanger facilities.
- Enhance the spaces at our campuses with artwork from talented regional artists.
- Explore and introduce new art forms to complement the healing work of Erlanger.
- Archive, update, and preserve our inventory of existing and new artwork within the Erlanger Health System.
Submit Work or Make a Donation
Buy Amazing Nature Photos to Support Children’s Hospital
ContinuCare President and photographer, Donna Bourdon, has generously donated the photos from her Erlanger Employee art show with proceeds going to help build the new Children’s Hospital. Add awesome natural beauty to your home, and support the Believe campaign!
Artwork around Erlanger
Martica Lambiase, co-chair
Judith Spiegel, co-chair
Dr. Melanie Blake
Dr. Jennifer Keates
Dr. Gary Malakoff
Dr. Mukta Panda
To learn more about the Arts at Erlanger or to make a donation, please contact Bruce Komiske.
Submit Your Work for Consideration