When I captured this image it was the simple twirl pattern and strong lines caught my eye. This is strenthened by the warm greens playing against the cool blue center. Below is an installation of Succulent Leaves_4938 on glass from Skyline Design at the Baltimore Medical Center.
Art can be used on almost any surface in healthcare settings; even doors! This is one of 6 sliding glass doors for the breast imaging rooms at Swedish Covenant Hospital’s new Women’s Center. Each of the 6 images were converted to a Duotone using a soft unifying gold color as the unifying element. The fabrication… Read More
Hershey Children’s Hospital Elevators with Skyline Design Glass Sho-Ping Chin & Scott Parker at Payette used my art in an installation at Hershey Children’s Hospital. They worked with Skyline Design to fabricate glass panels. Once the building opened Scott said: “One of the key points they made at the opening was that it did not feel like… Read More
Today I got some snapshots of a great project I did with Skyline Design at Columbia Prenatal in New York City. Here is how the the process worked: Perkins + Will (the design firm) approached Skyline Design about using a glass wall for Columbia Prenatal. They wanted to let natural light into the interior of… Read More
The June issue of Healthcare Design magazine arrived today. On page 54 Richard Peck wrote an Art Corner article about Botanica, the new line of Architectural Art Glass by Skyline Design. The sample installation that is shown in the article (and above) shows how they took one of my images and translated that onto a glass… Read More