A few months ago I was contacted by the Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester. They were looking to commission a whole new set of images/ wall art for the new private patient wing that’s recently been built. Well, they did, and my pics are now in there….
They’d recently seen some of the Manchester images I’d produced as part of my ‘North West’ project and wanted something a little bit different to adorn the walls and patient rooms of the new wing. So, different is what they got – a collection of architectural, quite commercial images in many ways, with a mix of nice scenics/ landscapes (from the North West mainly) for some of the patient rooms thrown in for good measure.
I went to see the images dotted around 2 floors of the building in various reception areas, waiting rooms, corridors and patient rooms for the first time the other day. It’s the first time I’ve seen my work reproduced on large format acrylic panels, and (even though I’m obviously biased) it looks really good.
Below are a few more snaps I took on my flying visit. On a technical note, it’s quite hard taking pictures of pictures, especially highly reflective acrylic panels like these. Naturally these shots don’t really do the images on the walls justice, but with that disclaimer out of the way, enjoy…