Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Welcome Japan Hospital arts part 1

Welcome tea and cake at the NNUH East Atrium for our visitors.

John Shelly who has been living in Japan for the past 20 years and has a very traditional English drawing style with a touch of Japanese. John has an exhibition on the first floor for the next few months. Kate green Norfolk Illustrator whose focus is on wildlife and landscapes her work is placed all over the hospital. 

First arrival of Japanese artists students and Professors.

Kate in the foreground and in the back head of nursing, Emma Jarvis and play nurse Jasmine.

Everyone stands round for talks from all the people.

Herb Fondevilla introduces herself and tells us about how Japan hospital arts work. 

Emma Jarvis hospital arts co-ordinator waves her arm up and down in front of head of works departments face Trevor.

Young students have a giggle when I said they could have there photo with the queen. 

In Japan students put proposals of ideas in to the hospital arts to do art there. 

The students make great models

Richard Drew who is Chairman of the Hospital arts trust gives a talk about the project.

Dr. Goblin Daichi Konaka holding his tiny little Goblins that he has made.

Group photo of everyone that came to the welcome tea and cake 

Everyone under giant leave sculpture in the east Atrium 

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