The Foundation for Hospital Art was established in 1984 and is dedicated to involving patients and volunteers worldwide to create colorful, soothing artwork donated to hospitals to help soften the often stressful hospital experience. Throughout the years, over 1,000,000 volunteers and patients have united to create over 49,000 paintings for over 7,500 hospitals in 195 countries. We welcome your love and support in invite you to join us in our mission of compassion through art.
To bring comfort and hope through art to people in healthcare facilities around the world.
To make hospitals beautiful places for healing.
To donate at least one painting to every hospital on Earth.
In 1984, the idea that art can give comfort and love became a mission under the name The Foundation for Hospital Art, with a non-profit tax status of a 501(c)(3).
The key group that drives the Foundation’s mission is made up of patients, families, medical staffs and volunteers from around the world. We give comfort and love to those in hospitals by painting the traditional sterile blank walls into walls of color and interest…to bring the out-side in-side.
With the help of thousands of volunteers, John Feight has taken art to a new level…to a place where it can be of human value…in an environment that should give comfort and hope. He is an artist who is determined to take art to the people…to people who need art the most…those who suffer in hospitals and nursing homes.
Scott Feight assisting his father, John Feight, on some of his first murals at Atlanta’s Northside Hospital, Scott has been an integral part of The Foundation for Hospital Art since his early childhood days.