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Art for Care Homes

Art For Care Homes UK: There are many studies which show the many benefits of art in the care home environment for residents, visitors and staff. Adding high quality, affordable framed art prints or canvases to care home walls can create a calming and welcoming space, while providing an interesting focal point. A lot of research carried out by The Alzheimer’s Society and the Wellcome Collection advise on what kind of artwork can help dementia patients and what should be avoided.  Artwork can be used to stimulate memories, become a talking point, produce feelings of warmth, calm and reassurance. Land and seascapes are ideal in this setting and in our Art For Care Homes range you will find a carefully curated collection of prints and canvases perfect for this environment. Popular artists in our Art for Care Homes collection includes work by textile designer and painter Bluebellgray who creates captivating floral canvases and delicate abstracts, American artist Alice Dalton-Brown who is renowned for her breezy scenes of windows looking out to the ocean and Erin Clark who produces striking photographs of flowers and trees. Our range of seascape canvas prints by Cornish artist Hannah Cole are ideal in the setting with tranquil blues, greens and soft yellows. For more inspiration check out our Art For Carehomes UK Blog post. 

The Fine Art Company has twenty years experience supplying Art for Care Homes around the UK and Ireland. Our knowledgable staff are on hand to offer advise and suggestions for your care home project on 07973 779471 or via email. We also offer competitive discounts for orders of over ten framed prints or canvases with Free UK Delivery.

Categories: Art for Care Homes, Framed Pictures, Art for Hospitals, Art on Canvas, Artwork for Care Homes

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