The purpose of my research was to find a novel and interactive solution to support the narrative associated with artworks expressed during art therapy. The primary data was collated by studying the therapeutic process engaged in by a group of participants during art therapy sessions. The artworks were displayed at a public exhibition. From the ethnographic research an interactive table was designed using fiducial tracking. The fiducial was the key element in linking the audience at the exhibition to the narrative of the art therapy participant. This was achieved by using the fiducials to control the narratives of each artist, so that the user had to actively engage and interact with the prototype to gain further insights into the exhibition. My interest in art therapy and the research within this domain has been ongoing for a few years. I have worked with many art groups within clinical surroundings and have actively been working alongside art therapists and other medical professionals.