VECCA (Valley Educational Center for the Creative Arts)

Hospital Show


VECCA and Shenandoah Memorial Hospital are providing an opportunity for artists to inspire and encourage the community. Currently, eleven local artists have work hanging in the corridors that lead to the Diagnostics Center of Shenandoah Memorial Hospital, including:

Kelsey Camacho. digital art & print of acrylic painting 
Roberta Demski, pastel
Caitlin Garvey, photography
Ann Heap, photography & art quilt
Kira Jenkins, photography & framed canvas prints
Joseph Kohrs, photography & spray paint
Theresa Markiw, watercolor 
Donna Patton, oil & pastel
Jeff Reilley, enhanced digital photography
Jeanne Russell, digital collage
Kevin Seabrooke, oil 
senk, photography
Billy Smelser, photography
Rachel Crockett Smith, oil on panel 

Art hanging in the hospital corridor.

The Hospital Show, on display at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital’s corridors that lead to the Shenandoah Diagnostics Center, provides an array of 2d artwork by local artists. Photography, acrylic, oils, pastels, and more – you are sure to be inspired by this great selection.

See something you want to buy? Artwork is for sale, unless marked otherwise on the tag. All purchases support the hospital, our Shenandoah County educational non-profit, and local artists.

To purchase, select the item you want to buy in the list below. Complete the transaction online. Then, once the transaction has gone through, you are free to take the artwork you purchased off the wall. Show the attendant at the entrance your e-mail receipt. And, thank you for supporting SMH, VECCA, and local artists!

If you have any questions at all, do not hesitate to call Sarah at (434) 922-2029.

Valley Educational Center for the Creative Arts (VECCA) is located at 123 S Main Street in Woodstock VA. If you would prefer to pay by check or cash, you will need to visit our physical location during hours of operation.

Shipping is not available for these items.
Once you have purchased the art, a receipt will be emailed to you.
Then, you can remove the artwork from the wall at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital.