The painting “Waiting for the Bus” by American artist John Feight has been selected to be part of a national touring exhibition titled “Complex Uncertainties: Artists in Postwar America”.
The exhibition is being organized by IA&A (International Arts and Artists) in partnership with the Telfair Museum located in Savannah, GA. IA&A is based in Washington, DC.
Telfair Museum, located in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia, was the first public art museum in the Southern United States.
“Waiting for the Bus” was painted in 1975, prior to the artist’s first show in Paris. After Paris, John Feight devoted his efforts to comfort patients in care facilities. He founded the Foundation for Hospital Art in 1984. The Foundation’s mission has donated art to over 7,500 hospitals in 195 countries with the help of over one million volunteers. His belief that art can give comfort and love to those in hospitals is his life’s passion. The Foundation was created as a non-profit, publicly-supported organization to uplift the spirits of healthcare workers and patients worldwide.