The proof that nature can enhance the healing process came from research that compared patients having a window looking out on nature versus looking at a brick wall. The fact that patients who had a window looking out on nature got better faster supports the use of nature art in healthcare; the artwork can be a substitute for the window. If… Read More
Julie Tristan of KSDK-TV interviewed me this week at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Here is a two and a half minute video about my work with art in healthcare. [Link to video clip]
The most exciting new art that I saw at the Healthcare Design Conference this week was a video display by the Sky Factory called eScape. Looking through the casement window in their booth made my jaw drop. The high definition video and sound created a convincing illusion; I could believe I was in a room… 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.
A recent email pointed me to the website of Robin Bush: “… what she’s doing is interesting. The imagery is underwater close-ups, and they can provide the imagery on almost any surface — upholstery fabric, acoustic ceiling panels, etched glass . . . the list seems to be endless…. works with architects and interior designers…”… Read More