Art Scope Gallery

100 pieces of art for sale

Exciting news

The gallery is now open 5 days a week

Opening times:
Mon to Fri 8am to 6pm

Cafe Restaurant and Free Parking

The Art Scope gallery in the stunning atrium at CircleReading provides the ideal space for the display of contemporary art. We have 100 pieces of art on show. This is the largest collection of affordable art on permanent display in Reading. All the art is for sale and all profits go to the charity – Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service.

The gallery resides in the heart of the CircleReading hospital. Our aim is to improve the therapeutic experience for patients at CircleReading. A recent survey of patients in 3 London hospitals showed 9 out of 10 people believed that art improved the hospital environment. 75% believed that art made them feel more relaxed.

Survey by Imperial Healthcare Charity 2014

OPEN TO VISITORS

Mon to Fri 8am to 6pm
Saturday morning 8am to 1.30pm

CircleReading welcomes visitors.

HOW TO FIND US

Art Scope Gallery

CircleReading
100 Drake Way
Reading
RG2 0NE

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WE ARE DEDICATED TO RAISING FUNDS FOR ALEXANDER DEVINE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE SERVICE

At present there is no children’s hospice in Berkshire. The charity is raising funds to build a hospice and to support children with life limiting and life-threatening conditions. All profits from the sale of art at the Art Scope Gallery will go to this Charity.
For more information about the Alexander Devine Hospice Service
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ART FOR HOSPITALS

The gallery resides in the heart of the CircleReading hospital.   Our aim is to improve the therapeutic experience for patients at CircleReading.   A recent survey of patients in 3 London hospitals showed  9 out of 10 people believed that art improved the hospital environment.  75% believed that art made them feel more relaxed.

Survey by Imperial Healthcare Charity 2014

“….the art here makes a huge difference. As soon as I walked in, it was the first thing I noticed and it lifted my spirits and made me less anxious within seconds of arriving…”
patient at CircleReading Hospital

“As I come into this beautiful space, I feel that someone thinks I am important, that someone cares about the experience I will have and that ultimately someone will care for me because I am not one of a long tedious line of anonymous patients…instead I am someone special”..
Frances Ackland Snow. Visitor to CircleReading Hospital.