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  • A strong community of healing and growth is reflected in this painting by St. Louis artist Cbabi Bayoc at Siteman Cancer Center at Northwest HealthCare. Bayoc's painting encourages patients and their families to live a full and active life with symbols of meditation, exercise, and healthy eating.

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  • Our client envisioned a lively and cheery atmosphere designed to uplift patients, families, and team members. At St. Louis Children's Hospital, themed floors connect patients and visitors to popular attractions in nearby Forest Park.

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  • Our client's goal for this space was to incorporate visual artistic elements that echo the beauty and calm found in nature. This hand-carved sculpture, created by regional artist Michael Bauermeister, connects patients, visitors, and staff to the surrounding area.

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  • No, we're not talking about doughnuts. Glazing refers to the 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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  • Selecting and procuring artwork and wall décor for healthcare and senior living facilities requires more than a great eye for design. Developing a cohesive art package designed to fit the needs of the space and the individuals within requires countless decisions related to the style, materials, and placement of each piece of artwork.

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  • The art you choose can help transform the space you have into the place you’ve always pictured. But just as important as the photography or imagery itself is the material it’s printed on.

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  • For decades, hospital and senior living administrators viewed art as nothing more than a way to dress up an empty wall. Yet, years of research has proven that the healing power of art makes it a smart investment.

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  • If you’ve ever been in a hospital, senior living home, or another caregiving facility, you may have noticed the artwork on display throughout the space. What you may not realize is that artwork provides a number of benefits for patients and staff members alike.

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  • No longer considered just part of the décor, artwork in healthcare and senior living spaces has become a significant component in the overall design process, requiring in-depth planning and precise estimating to get the most value out of every dollar available.

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