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Artwork for healing

Community Hospital South features a collection of 37 pieces of art by 26 Indiana artists, including 30 original and seven commissioned works. The artwork, displayed throughout common areas of the hospital, complements the architectural design of the project and aims to create a healing environment for patients and visitors. Most items are contemporary and several include landscape art presented in modern, impressionistic and traditional styles.

Selected artwork

Scott Westphal, Utopia Cindy Wingo, The Surf

Scott Westphal, 2010
American, born Indiana
Bronze and limestone

Cindy Wingo, 2008
The Surf
American, born Indiana
Acrylic on canvas

Doug Arnholter, Bull Flower Amy Falstrom, Edge of Morning

Doug Arnholter, 2009
Bull Flower
American, born Colorado
Contemporary fresco on wood

Amy Falstrom, 2009
Edge of Morning
American, born Illinois
Oil on panel

Mark Pack, Walking Through Time Gretchen Ten Eyck Hunt, Poppies

Mark Pack, 2009
Walking Through Time
American, born Illinois
Acrylic on paper

Gretchen Ten Eyck Hunt, 2009
American, born Illinois
Acrylic on canvas

Susan Hodgin, Helium Michael Lile, Principles of Emergence

Susan Hodgin, 2008
American, born Indiana
Oil on canvas

Michal Lile, 2008
Principles of Emergence
American, born Indiana
Mixed media on Russian birch

About the collection

Valued at more than $100,000, the art collection was funded entirely by donations made to Community Health Network Foundation’s Next Evolution of Community Hospital South Capital Campaign. Similar art initiatives have brightened the environments at Community Hospitals East and North.

To ensure that the artwork displayed in the hospital contributes to the goal of providing an overall healing environment, Community South’s clinical staff served on a committee that had input on colors and art selection criteria. Other representatives serving on the committee included staff from Community Health Network Foundation, Arts Council of Indianapolis and RTKL, an architectural firm. Hospital team members were able to view the artwork from a patient’s perspective.

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