The 60th annual Memorial Sloan Kettering Patient Art Show drew enthusiastic crowds to view and purchase works by patients and former patients.
Sponsored by The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering and the Patient Recreation Department, the 60th annual Patient Art Show featured the work of current and former Memorial Sloan Kettering patients. The artists contributed approximately 250 pieces of art ranging from oils, watercolors, and pastels, to photography, jewelry, and ceramics. The show ran from April 29 through May 1 and the artists received all proceeds from sales of their work.
The 60th Annual Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Patient Art Show was held on April 29. Sponsored by The Society of MSKCC in conjunction with the Patient Recreation Department, the show featured 54 artists exhibiting nearly 250 pieces of art.
(From left) Annette U. Rickel, President of the Society of MSKCC, with Yolanda Toth, Director of Patient Recreation at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Duane Bailey-Castro poses in front of some of his photography at the Patient Art Show.
Anthony Bertuglia displays his art work at the Patient Art Show.
Sheiliah Giles shows some of her photography at the Patient Art Show.
Memorial Sloan Kettering patient Alma Fuentes (right) and Allison Mushalko (left), of Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Patient Recreation department, share a moment at the Patient Art Show.
The artwork was displayed in Memorial Sloan Kettering's West Dining Hall for four days. Michele Russell takes a moment to pose with her husband in front of her pieces.
Different types of art were featured this year including landscape photography, ceramics, oil and watercolor paintings, and handmade jewelry. Sally Cory displays her artwork at the Patient Art Show.