Our most recent acquisition - In May 2020, Damien Hirst created Butterfly Rainbow to show support for the NHS in the Coronavirus crisis.
One of our most treasured possessions and an intrinsic presence in our hospital is going on a journey.
Martin Parr is a very successful Magnum photographer who lives in Bristol but has a fond connection with this area.
Kicking Corona lockdown donation. Glass restorer Keith had wanted to repay the NHS for some time. He found that lockdown 2020 gave him the perfect opportunity to create this beautiful stained glass panel.
The Astra Set by Jim Dine, 5 colour lithographs from 1985, situated in the Lecture Theatre.
Precious Scars by Andy Kirkby is our most recent commission is a glistening golden oak - it was installed to recognise the incredible gift of life given by organ donors, with the support of their families.
Gabriella Sancisi made this series of baby portraits during a two weeks residency at DCH, 29 May - 2 June 1999.
Jonathan Delafield Cook
Bull - charcoal on canvas 2000. The artists chose a prize bull from the local area to be the subject of this work. The work is about scale but more importantly it is a celebration of the respect and dignity of the animal.
Twelve Shims, Four Cedar Thresholds. Twelve wall mounted 'wings' of beech and four framed panels in Cedar. 1999.
The hospital commission by Susan Derges, The River Taw, is located outside the Maternity Unit on South Wing Level 1. It was commissioned in 1997.
Kinetic Pencil Sculpture. They are informed inter-disciplinarily by mathematics and engineering and a meeting point between art and science, aesthetics and technology. They are designed to be viewed from the childrens ward.
Light Inside I and II. Two oil paintings on canvas that mark the entrance to the Chapel. 1999.
Phil Hill: Mind Body Soul - from his 'antidepressionism' series. Phil wanted to thank staff for such great care recieved at DCH.
Blue Wall: Backlit stained glass wall located in the Accident and Emergency waiting area.