More Art Donors Giving Works to Hospitals and Nursing Homes… A growing number of art collectors are eschewing museums in weighing gifts and bequests, choosing instead to donate works to non-art-focused institutions such as hospitals, libraries, retirement centers, and nursing homes, The Wall Street Journal writes. Medical centers in particular have become favored destinations, with some hospitals amassing large troves of paintings and sculptures, primarily from donations.
The Foundation for Photo/Art in Hospitals, is a not-for-profit organization that donates photographic art of nature from contributing photographers to hospitals worldwide to transform white sterile walls into beautiful works of art that bring comfort and hope to patients.
If you’d like to donate nature art, learn more about our contributing photographer program.
This photo project was partially funded by St. James American Episcopal Church in Florence to honor parishioner Robert Nordvall.
Contributing Photographers: Ladona Tornabene, Viola Fantoni, Paul Mitchell, Laura Pasquinelli, Robert Nordvall, and Elaine Poggi.