The Healing Power of Art Program
Welcome to Lions Gate Hospital Foundation’s Healing Power of Art Program where flowers bloom, mountains rise and North Shore landmarks are reimagined through the eyes of local artists. Thanks to this art donation program, the therapeutic environment of the hospital and surrounding facilities have come alive for the benefit of patients, staff and visitors alike. Learn more here.
Artist: Jane Adams
Title: Vincent's Jug
Dimensions: 54" x 42"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Description: Jane Adams was born in Vancouver and had shown interest in art from a young age. From 1961-1962, she studied at the Chelsea School of Art in England, and from 1962-1966, she studied at Emily Carr University. By the mid-1960s, Adam had participated in a number of group shows at the University of British Columbia, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and the Bau-Xi Gallery. She was also awarded the staff scholarship from Emily Carr university in 1965. Adam's first solo exhibition took place in 1973 at the Bau-Xi Gallery in Vancouver. She has since had a long series of shows across Canada. Her work has been featured in the corporate collections of Royal Trust, Price Waterhouse, BCAA, Laeson-Lundell, Vancouver General Hospital, and many more. She is currently represented by the Bugera Matheson Gallery in Edmonton and the Shayne Gallery in Montreal.