Quentin Blake's latest art exhibition is pitched at a new audience

19th May 2006 at 01:00
Quentin Blake's latest art exhibition is pitched at a new audience: older adult patients at South Kensington and Chelsea Mental Health Centre. "The Kershaw Pictures" (16 pictures, up to eight feet long, for the Kershaw inpatient and outpatient wards at the centre) are on display to the public until September 8 at 1 Nightingale Place, London SW10 9NG, 9am-6pm. Blake was commissioned by the Nightingale Project, which works to improve the healing environment through art and music, and the pictures reflect the project's aims.

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