This month we welcome artist Phil Clark to Nevill Hall Hospital. Phil's work is exhibited in Main Outpatients and will be on show until October.

About Phil:


“I am an experienced theatre director and writer passionately concerned with making theatre accessible, necessary, enjoyable and relevant with over 40 years of experience. My directing covers a broad spectrum of work and sectors: Theatre in Education, Young Peoples’ Theatre, Community Theatre, the subsidised Theatre sector and commercial Theatre in the UK and Internationally. As a writer, I specialise in adaptations for young and family audiences.


I also work as a professional Artist. I am predominantly a landscape painter. I work on black paper using gouache paint. I also use watercolour and acrylics. Recently I have been developing a series of monoprints, etchings and drypoints. My painting is very important to me. It allows me to have a relationship with nature that is very important to me as an Artist in all my work.

I make no difference between my Theatre and Painting, both are vital forms of expression in terms of my understanding and interpretation of the world.”

Find out more about Phil on his website. You can email Phil at or call: 01874 658652. Please contact Phil directly if you are interested in his paintings.

This is the 58th show in a series of exhibitions in and around Nevill Hall Hospital, organised by Gwent Arts in Health. Garth is a local charity that realises the potential of the arts in promoting health and wellbeing.
We welcome enquiries from artists, groups and organisations who would like to exhibit at Nevill Hall - please contact us here.