As part of the overall Arts Project for the Health Village, the 99 Harebells project is an unique opportunity for the North East community to get involved with this as well as and providing an alternative gift.
Laurie Clark is renowned for her delicate and poetic drawings, always made series. She recently exhibited in Japan, and her ‘101 Buttercups’ Series and publication were presented by the Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh to critical acclaim. Harebells are a beautiful species of indigenous wild flower found along the coast of Aberdeenshire which have been historically used for medicinal purposes. The project will consist of 99 individual framed drawings, each showing the subtle and engaging variations between each flower. The work will be sited sensitively throughout the public spaces on the ground floor of the Aberdeen Community Health and Care Village.
You can sponsor a Harebell for £180.
- The Harebell picture will be located in the Health Village.
- Each sponsor will receive an exclusive hand tinted print of the 99th Harebell by Laurie Clark and a book of all 99 Harebells containing the Harebell they have sponsored.
- You can choose the number Harebell (between 1-98) on a first come first served basis
- An acknowledgement panel will be situated on site with the name of all sponsors and their Harebell number.
- Sponsors can stay anonymous if they wish
- As the Harebells are unique works of art they are not available immediately and all sponsors will get acknowledgement card with a proposed date of the hanging of their harebell.
Harebells already sponsored
4 Lesley Hall
8 Heather Kelman
11 Gordon Linklater
17 Graeme and Ann Smith
12 Sir Lewis Ritchie
70 Linda Fraser
To become involved in this new facility by donating £180 and get yourself or a loved one a unique gift, please contact Tamsin Greenlaw, Project Manager at Grampian Hospitals Art Trust on 01224 552429 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or download the form here and post it to
Grampian Hospitals Art Trust
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary