Dr. Upali Nanda lets her hair down in a new opinion piece for Research Design Connections. As the leading researcher on Evidence-based Art she must hear complaints that she is promoting mediocrity since her studies keep showing that nature images are the best. In this article she addresses her critics and reveals her own feelings. “…… Read More
There is a gentle rain this morning at the beach on Sanibel. I ventured out onto our poarch and the rain drops splattering on the palm fronds caught my eye. This short video clip shows that. I've been playing with ambient video, imagining how it might be incorporated into a healthcare settings.
Richard Peck has an interview with me about this blog and about my new book in this month’s Healthcare Design Magazine (Picture of health: Henry Domke on his new ‘blog book’). In case you don’t get the magazine, here is the content of the article: “Over the years nature photographer Henry Domke, MD has become… Read More
Barbara Markoff posted a question this week on the LinkedIn group Healthcare Fine Art: Has Linkedin helped you grow your business? If so, how has it helped and what would you tell nonusers of Linkedin to get them on board? It has, in several ways: Using automated searches once a week, it finds others on LinkedIn who… Read More
The blog has grown in it’s first two years: We get 500 visitors each day now. A year ago it was 200. There are now 752 posts (or articles) on the blog. About one a day. I’m turning this blog into a book: “Picture of Health – The Handbook for Healthcare Art“. It should ship… Read More