Local artists display work at St. Luke’s Wood River


A new art exhibit featuring the work of local artists is now on display in the upstairs hallways, which serve as an art gallery, at St. Luke’s Wood River. The installation is made possible through the generosity of the St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation and the artists themselves. Megan Tanous, Chief Development Officer for St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation, expressed gratitude, “The art brightens the halls and the spirits of patients, staff and visitors. The works offer numerous benefits including comfort, distraction, cultural enrichment, an appealing environment and promotion of healing.”
The show features 18 local artists who are painters, printmakers, photographers and mixed media artists throughout the greater Wood River Valley region. The exhibit will be up until mid-August and is available for viewing during visiting hours, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. All visitors will need to obtain a guest badge upon entry.
To learn more about the St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation, visit www.slwrf.org or contact Betsy Mullins, mullinse@slhs.org.