2011 Artists

2011 Artists: Kathy Brusnighan, Jean Smith, Karen Newman Fridy, Phyllis Sharpe, Tom Edgerton, Scott Harris, Carol Hamlin, Vicki Johnson, Carol Meetz-Moates, Connie Logan, Jeanne Twilley, Alice Bachman,Rose Wenkle, Beverly Smith Wilson, Amos Westmoreland, Ron Curlee

2015 Artists: Kathy Brusnighan, Jean Smith, Phyllis, Karen newman Fridy, Vicki Johnson, Carol Meetz-Moates, Amos Westmoreland, Amy Cruz, Karl Fletcher, Nicci Mellor, Grace Carol Bomer, Pattie Anne Hale, Karen Shelton, Jeremy Sams, Sally Lambrecht, Wayne Epperly, Chip Bristol, Lee O'Hare, Sheila Williams, Carrie Bennett, Kathy Ammon

Monday, January 9, 2012

Thank you Randolph Hospital!

Today has been a great day! It is cold and rainy and the perfect day to stay in and just soak in the stillness.

I opened my emails just a bit ago and found a wonderful email from Steve Cain.  Thought you might like to read it.  The positive response that we have gotten from the show really keeps my momentum going!

"We would like to express our sincere appreciation to Kathy Brusnighan and fellow contributing artists for sharing their talents and compassion through the "Courage" art exhibit. These inspiring works have graced our hospital walls for the last six weeks. During that time, I've had the very good fortune to hear many comments from our patients, staff, visitors and volunteers. The response to the exhibit has been remarkable. I would have to say a standout moment was watching a nurse and her patient in a wheelchair move from painting to painting, reading the story placard with each work and discussing what they liked about each one. The "Courage" exhibit offers a wonderful opportunity for passersby's to step away from the sometimes intimidating healthcare environment and enjoy the terrific artistic creativity of their fellow community members. Thank you again for the opportunity to exhibit the "Courage" art collection. Regards, Steve Cain Volunteer Services Coordinator Randolph Hospital Asheboro, NC"

    So to each an every artist that has been a part of this huge endeavor, thank you so much for your input so far and your continuing support of the project!

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