Sue Guthrie, member of the Interiors & Lifestyle Futures community, has just completed a large scale commission for a new combined health centre and local government offices in Sparkbrook, Birmingham.
|Sue's paintings at the new Sparkbrook NHS Centre|
The artwork package includes six large paintings, a suspended ‘mobile’ occupying the 11 metre drop in the atrium space and window graphics to provide privacy for the adjacent properties. Sue’s remit was to represent the concepts of - Welcome, Peace, Hope, Faith, Unity, Love, Dignity, and Harmony in a culturally sensitive way.
|'Reproduction of the original paintings in other formats, in other parts of the building allowed the client to gain far greater value from the commission'|
“Andesign in Sutton Coldfield were a fantastic support with the print and installation of the suspended panels and window graphics,” adds Sue who took part in an Interiors & Lifestyle Futures Visioning workshop in 2011.
" And, reproduction of the original paintings for use in other formats, in other parts of the building allowed the client to gain far greater value from the commission.”
|Printed etch effect window graphics obscure the view of nearby residents gardens and create a design consistency throughout the building.|