Healing Art Galleries & Exhibits

Healing Art Galleries & Exhibits

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Ethel E. Walshe Employee Art Gallery

Named in memory of an employee whose career spanned over 60 years with Roanoke Memorial Hospital and Carilion, the gallery exhibits art created by Carilion Clinic employees. The gallery is located in the 6th floor auditorium.

Food is Art Gallery

Located near the cafeteria at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, this gallery exhibits art with food as the subject or medium. A partnership with the art programs of Roanoke City and Roanoke County Schools provide a quarterly rotation of art created by local students.

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley
Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

The Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley Healing Arts Program

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley
Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

An art gallery with the Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley Healing Arts Program

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley
Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

The Dr. Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program offers a variety of experiences for patients, visitors and staff.

Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley

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Janet Wimmer
Artist-in-Residence
February 9, 2016
 
Putting a smile on people's faces is such a delight! This morning a little 5 year old painted a yellow bird on a flowering branch. He and I told a story about his bird who sang such a beautiful song another bird befriended him. The two birds became best friends and sang happy songs in the forest for all the animals to hear. What a precious time with this amazing little fella!

Pedro Szalay
Artist-in-Residence
February 5, 2016
 
I went today to do my dance at 5th floor Psychiatry. One patient in the end came to me and told me, ‘You made my day”. I am so happy to be able to accomplish this and make patients smile. Thank you all for letting take part of this beautiful journey.
Peace

Keep Us Safe In The Storm
 
The sliding glass doors at the front of Carilion open and suffering enters. This suffering is not limited to the patients in their rooms or the family and friends who attend them. Today, while walking through the glass doors into the volunteer office, I discovered that sorrow had also entered; recently, two women each lost an adult son and a third lost a 22 year old nephew.