This exhibition presents ink studies and oil studies by acclaimed artist Caroline Walker.

Caroline spent time in the maternity department shadowing and taking photos of staff which she has turned into a series of paintings and drawings. Large scale paintings will be exhibited at the Fitzrovia Chapel while ink drawings and oil sketches can be viewed in The Street Gallery, University College Hospital. 

Hear from Caroline talking about the work in UCLH Arts and Heritage’s Culture Clinic podcast episode and learn more about the process in this article.

The exhibition will be at University College Hospital from 18 February until 6 April and in the Fitzrovia Chapel from 18 February until 4 March. Visit their website to find out more.

If you would like to discuss this work further please contact UCLH Arts Curator:

UCLH arts and heritage serves UCLH NHS Foundation Trust and its surrounding community and is funded entirely by charitable donations. The UCLH arts and heritage programme is committed to providing a welcoming, uplifting environment for all patients, visitors and staff. Its work aims to improve the patient experience, boost staff morale, increase engagement with the arts and celebrate the Trust’s unique heritage and community.

Please note visitor restrictions mean access is for hospital staff and patients only.