Our gallery’s mission: Build community and inspire the artists, clients and guests in the process.


The purpose of the gallery is ultimately to provide a creative and exciting venue where artists can showcase and exhibit their art. Along the way, we have become the hub where all genres of art are welcomed without prejudice or judgement. Our goal is to break down the stigma that gallery art is only for the elite. We believe that everyone, regardless of whether they are just art enthusiasts or seasoned collectors, should be able to enjoy art in a space that is beautiful and exciting.


We may show work that is socially conscious and that triggers emotion, or work that is just plain amazing but have no social context or relevance whatsoever. Whatever the case, we want you the viewer to feel connected to the art in your own way. We promote the work of these artists through our website, social media platforms, workshops, etc. and we like to say that our curated work is of high quality to allow the artists the best opportunity to sell their art. The sale of each piece of art goes directly to the artist, so besides the paintings and sculptures enhancing your life, the purchase also helps and inspires that artist to continue to invest in their life’s work.


We typically rotate art every quarter and we seek to exhibit emerging to mid-career artists whose works are thoughtful, well-crafted and have a vision that is in line with the gallery. In addition to seeking and exhibiting artwork by local, national and international artists, whenever possible we will host a quarterly “Exhibition Reception” where artists can discuss their processes, influences, and projects in an informal setting. We encourage you to join us at these receptions to visit with the artists.  If you would like to submit artwork or have an exhibition idea, feel free to email our curator at rodneyna@thehealthcaregallery.com. We suggest that your work be framed, wired and ready to hang. Since large format works stand out best in our space, preference will be given to artists with a large body of work. Send us a short bio of yourself within the body of the email and Jpeg images of each piece you would like to be physically or digitally displayed. If you could include the title of the piece, dimensions, medium and sale price, that would be helpful as well.