Many artists have been selling their art and getting commissions through art consultants and project managers that specialize in the Healthcare Art Market. Why not you? It’s a wonderful opportunity to expand your sales and reputation while helping others heal with your art. Imagine the satisfaction derived from having your art reach the Healthcare Art Market. For these reasons I have created the Art In Healthcare For Artists e-Guide.
It is widely known that certain art has a healing effect on viewers; therefore, the number of health and wellness resources seeking art has been growing in numbers and are continuously adding artwork to their spaces.
Hospitals everywhere are realizing the restorative benefits that art brings to patients. Articles in medical journals such as JAMA have researched the correlation between using art and how that effects persons’ blood pressure, health status and length of hospital stay.
Barbara Markoff, leading art consultant in the healthcare industry and owner of Artrageous! in San Diego, CA states, “The healthcare sector remains a steady and buoyant market due to population growth, population aging, and the need to update older facilities with new technology. Increasingly, medical facilities including hospitals, clinics, senior living residences, and dental and medical offices have recognized the importance of providing healing and aesthetically pleasing environments.”
As Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing who lived in the 19th century, proclaimed: “Variety of form and brilliancy of color in the object presented to patients are an actual means of recovery.”
About The Art In Healthcare For Artists e-Guide
After months of extensive research I’m delighted to announce I am now offering “Art in Healthcare For Artists”, a comprehensive PDF document with more than 57 pages that includes detailed information on such topics as:
- The Benefits of Art in Healthcare
- Types of Healthcare Venues Seeking Art
- What Kind of Art is Suitable for The Healthcare Market – Detailed Criteria
- What is Evidence-Based Design (EBD) and who was behind it?
- What is LEED and why is it important for you to know about it?
- How to Submit Your Art for Healthcare
- About Selected Art Consultants That Supply Art for The Healthcare Industry
- Where To Find Art Consultants Seeking Art
- About Art & Healthcare Non-Profit Organizations That Use Art and Artists
- About Selected Artists who Sell their Art in this Industry
- Much More!
The current introductory cost for this non-refundable e-Guide is only $18. You pay using PayPal and download the PDF document in minutes from this website. You don’t need a PayPal account. You can pay using any major credit or debit card.
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