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.
I’ve found snails to be the most photogenic of all shells. The Cuban Tree Snail’s bold spiral patterns and natural, vibrant colors provide punch. Fun fact: Cuba is known as the “Paradise of Snails.
Winters are long, predominated by shades of gray & brown, and on the cloudy & dreary side here in the Midwest. We don’t get a lot of snow anymore either, making the somber effect more pronounced. In the past, I’ve stoically endured the monochromatic malaise, but this past year I decided to take matters into… Read More
Imagine your last hospital experience – either as a patient, visitor or maybe as an employee. Whatever the reason — being in a hospital can be a stressful experience. Most likely you were anxious or bored and dreamt of being somewhere else rather than in a bland room or hallway. At the very least, you… Read More
I am excited to pass along information on NOAH, National Association for Arts in Healthcare (their website will go live at the end of Jan) will hold its first annual conference on September 18-21, 2017 in Austin, TX. The conference will be held in conjunction with the 30th Healthcare Facilities Design Symposium and Expo (HFSE). If… Read More