May 29, 2014. Appalachian Regional Healthcare System and Foundation board member and longtime Boone resident, Joe Miller, made a generous donation of original artwork to Watauga Medical Center. The series of paintings appear in Miller’s new children’s book, One Night, Two Moons.
The paintings are located on the third floor of the medical center between the Marchese Birthing Center and the newborn nursery. The story in paintings is displayed on one wall while paintings of the individual characters and additional scenes are displayed on another wall. Miller has condensed the story so that visitors are able to read along with the book as they view the artwork.
“Joe Miller’s paintings are a beautiful addition to our hospital,” said Rob Hudspeth, Senior Vice President for System Advancement for Appalachian Regional Healthcare System.
“I believe children and adults alike will enjoy them.”
Miller, owner of Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff has also donated a limited number of copies of One Night, Two Moons for sale in the hospital gift shop.
For more information about Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation, visit www.APPRHS.org/Foundation.