Art and the patient experience closing reception
Sunday, January 13, 2019 from 1:00–3:00 pm
The community, Bryn Maw Rehab Hospital patients and their families, and artists are invited to come view the more than 400 pieces of artwork for sale in the 2018 Exhibition and enjoy a relaxed afternoon of conversation and education. Light refreshments will be served!
23rd annual exhibition and sale
November 4, 2018–January 27, 2019
Call for entries
Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital’s Art Ability program accepts artist entries for the annual exhibition and sale from mid-April to mid-July each year.
Art Ability provides an opportunity for businesses to meet their marketing and outreach goals while supporting the work of artists with disabilities.
2018–19 featured artist: Maureen Collins, Wilmington, Del.
Creativity is a lifelong, core part of Collins artistic and soul language. Years ago, she was diagnosed with a life changing illness, Guillain-Barre Syndrome. This challenged her to find new ways and modalities of expression, as she learned, with deep gratitude, to regain motor skills and then to walk, again. Long periods of immobilization deepened her ability to observe people, objects and landscapes with newfound resonance. This expanded time helped Collins to absorb and express awareness’s, taught her patience in allowing details of design to be revealed and developed. She is very grateful for the creative process in the unfurling of each day, for the ability to share its beauty and unique imprint on her life. Collins is currently focused on photography, but enjoys painting, collage, ceramics, mosaics, silver work and fabric design, with images from one medium often inspiring and flowing to another.