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  • Framed prints from local St. Louis artist and photographer Jane Linders beautifully complement the modern interior at BJC Outpatient Center at Ellisville.

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  • With the idea of dimensional and colorful statement art in mind, the goal for the was to spark creativity and collaboration among those who enter the space.

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  • Lutheran Senior Services requested a custom statement piece for the grand staircase at Mason Pointe to serve as a stunning focal point for the entryway.

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  • For Belmont Village Senior Living Westwood, our client wanted to add a touch of paradise to their poolside patio. Since much of the art and décor inside the residence incorporates succulents and geometric shapes, the goal was to carry these design elements outdoors.

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  • The goal for the artwork at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital - Tyler was to convey the importance of faith and spirituality in a universally appealing way. Texas artist Priscilla Robinson was commissioned to create two works of art in her signature style for the hospital’s new Bradley-Thompson Tower.

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  • Known widely for his hand-carved wood sculptures, Missouri artist Michael Bauermeister demonstrates a connection with nature by using reclaimed wood from the region to create his sculptures.

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  • Our client’s vision for the upper levels of the hospital was to instill hope through sky-related imagery like birds, hot air balloons, and clouds to illustrate the theme of Bright Horizons. In keeping with the theme, local artist Jeff Kapfer was commissioned to paint a flock of birds in his signature abstract style.

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  • Director of Interior Design, Danielle Lavallee, envisioned a special project for the memory care wing at Belmont Village in Ft. Lauderdale. She wanted tactile art designed to engage residents while embracing the coastal theme of the building’s interior design.

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  • ARCH commissioned this magical custom crayon mosaic from artist Herb Williams for St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Children are initially drawn to the vibrant colors, but on closer inspection, they’re delighted to discover it’s made from something they often use to create art.

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  • Our client requested a statement piece to depict the healing qualities of nature while incorporating a connection to the lake area that the hospital overlooks. Artist John Garrett was commissioned to create a mixed media tapestry.

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  • The suspended sculpture, titled Faith Flows, at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital - Tyler, reflects our client’s spiritual vocation of forward-moving service. Uplifting and spiritual, the river-like sculpture flows from the entrance and into the main corridor at the hospital’s Bradley-Thompson Tower.

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  • Which animals created these colorful commissions? Penguins, sea lions, and a rhinoceros playfully created these paintings during an enrichment exercise. The animals were encouraged to traipse through paint and to leave their “footprints,” resulting in colorful and childlike paintings.

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