Creativity on display at Pencer Centre art show

In case you missed it: UHN News published a story featuring LMP neuropathologist, Dr. Rasmus Kiehl, and the artwork he submitted to the Pencer Centre’s Inner Workings art show.


 

Dr. Kiehl’s display
Four pieces of artwork submitted by neuropathologist, Dr. Rasmus Kiehl. On the right is an adapted image of famous Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer’s ‘Girl With a Pearl Earring’. (Photo: University Health Network)

In recognition of Brain Tumour Awareness Month, The Gerry and Nancy Pencer Brain Tumour Centre took time to showcase the talent and creativity of those affected by brain tumours, at the second annual Inner Workings Art Show.

The Pencer Centre, located on the top floor of the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, was transformed into a gallery for the event that included 37 displays by 23 different artists.

“The artwork submitted really mirrors the diversity of the brain tumour population,” says Maureen Daniels, coordinator, The Gerry and Nancy Pencer Brain Tumour Centre, and Inner Workings founder.

Read more on UHN.ca

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