Royal Sussex

On permanent display at Royal Sussex County Hospital, are six mother portraits form the Holding Time series. These works feature Brighton mothers feeding their infants and include one mother who is also a midwife at the hospital.

Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton

On permanent display at Royal Sussex County Hospital, are six mother portraits form the Holding Time series. These works feature Brighton mothers feeding their infants and include one mother who is also a midwife at the hospital. Some of the mothers featured also have been interviewed about their personal breastfeeding experiences and these insights can be found via links to the project Youtube channel.

Post Natal Lead Midwife, Angelinna Steinegger’s accompanying BLOG post commemorates the hanging and celebrates the importance of the work of the Post Natal Midwife.

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