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In 2002 ArtCare helped the Ophthalmology Department commission some artwork for their newly-created waiting areas. The artwork had to appeal to patients of all ages and be able to hold the viewer’s attention over a period of time. It also needed to create a unique identity for the clinic and provide a focal point from the main corridor to help patient way-finding. Daphne Gradidge was commissioned to create a series of artworks for the area.
Salisbury District Hospital
acrylic on MDF board
H 81.5 x W 244.5 cm