A secondary goal of the Art for Healing Foundation is art education and so individual works are identified with a plaque that includes the name of the artist, the name of the work, the medium and finally, the donor’s name.
In addition to installing individual works, where we have installed a body of work, whether from a single artist, a collector or an institution, we have created “galleries” where the works are uniformly framed to maintain a visual consistancy and then curated in a single public area of the recipient institution. Galleries include a biographical or explanatory text that highlights details of the artist’s life and career as well as the artist(s) statement.
Our goal in identifying the works and providing background information is to create a better awareness of the artist(s) behind the works and of the importance of art as an expression of our humanity.
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  • The Norman & Pearl Leibovitch Hebrew Letter Gallery at the Donald Berman Maimonides Geriatric Centre