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  • At CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital - Tyler, a river-like sculpture by artist Talley Fisher directs visitors as it flows through the main corridor toward the hospital clinics.

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  • Penguins, sea lions, and a rhinoceros at the Saint Louis Zoo created paintings during an enrichment exercise. Their art is displayed on the zoo-themed floor at St. Louis Children's Hospital.

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  • Regional artist Janice Schoultz-Mudd was commissioned to create a mixed media piece depicting Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks for Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital.

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  • This commissioned sculpture by artist Rosemary Pierce offers a pleasant and calming focal point for patients and visitors at Blessing Health Center in Quincy, Illinois.

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  • At SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital - Lake Saint Louis, colorful and unique art commissioned from artist Priscilla Robinson echoes the natural environment.

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  • At Siteman Cancer Center at Northwest HealthCare, a painting by St. Louis artist Cbabi Bayoc encourages patients and their families to live a full and active life with symbols of meditation, exercise, and healthy eating.

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  • At St. Louis Children's Hospital, vibrantly painted oars by local artist Alicia LaChance provide a colorful connection to the nearby Boathouse at Forest Park.

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  • At Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, a hand-carved sculpture, by local Missouri artist Michael Bauermeister connects patients, visitors, and staff to the surrounding area.

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  • Glazing refers to the protective layer of clear glass or acrylic that covers most framed artwork. The glazing you use can defend your new artwork against dust, dirt, humidity, and damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays.

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  • For busy managers in planning, design, construction, and facilities roles, curating an art collection can feel overwhelming. However, partnering with a turnkey supplier can make the process considerably easier and more efficient.

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  • For busy managers in planning, design, construction, and facilities roles, curating an art collection can feel overwhelming. However, partnering with a turnkey supplier like ARCH Design can make the process considerably easier and more efficient.

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  • Working with an experienced consultant who understands the psychology behind effective art programs can offer the guidance and services you need to create displays that are both aesthetically pleasing and therapeutic.

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