In early 2020 Catholic Health Services (CHS) opened an Integrated Care facility in West Babylon, New York. Then in late 2020 Long Island Photo Gallery was contacted to help provide local views of Long Island within their new facility.
They utilize the artist’s portfolios as a collective for commercial projects such as the CHS facility in West Babylon. They can mix the artwork to create the overall message or theme their clients are seeking.
This project had close to 30 pieces selected ranging from 12″ X 18″, 12″ X 36″, and 20″ x 30″ prints with custom framing. The contributing artists for this project were Andy Craig, Kathleen Desiderio, Anthony Graziano, Fred Greco, Joanne Henig, Vicki Jauron, Linda Karlin, Richard Labella, Jessica Lempin, Mauro Lepe, Bob Retnauer, and Tom Rickard.
According to results from several studies adding artwork to an office helps the overall mood and work environment. The research also revealed the most desirable type of artwork for an office is a photograph of a landscape. But now add the view of the patient, who is also affected by the art. Studies have also shown that artwork can help to uplift the patients within the practice or hospital.
Custom artwork by Long Island Photo Gallery’s artists is an excellent investment in improving the workspace for both staff and/or clients. The art adds value to all while being far less than remodeling fees.
Long Island Photo Gallery represents local photographers and their complete portfolios, including limited edition fine art prints, large format prints, prints on canvas, prints on metal, and acrylic prints. You can also shop Long Island Photo Gallery’s national art catalog at www.photoartpavilion.com.