I am very honored and excited to share with you the completion of the project that I’ve been a part of at the Portsmouth Regional Hospital! As I wrote about in this post HERE, I have been working with architect firm JSA, Inc. and David Maurand of designPhase:3 to select photos and have artwork printed for the installation in the hospital’s $67+ million dollar expansion project. In keeping with the nautical and seacoast theme, we selected 12 images that fit the feel of the space, with each photo featuring a part of the waterfront or a tie to the water…with the two widest prints measuring in at 7′. The images are overlaid on top of a beautiful nautical map of the New Hampshire Seacoast – and every canvas print featured in the installation can be identified on the map below.
Many thanks to everyone who contributed to this project, especially local printing firm Infinite Imaging who did a beautiful job bringing the photos you see here at the site everyday to real life, exceeding even my expectations. Image4 installed the hardware that the prints are mounted to…and I finally had the great pleasure to meet some wonderful people from The Hospital this week, and I continue to be flattered and humbled at all of the kind words that people have shared.
The new wing will officially open for business on Monday morning at 4am – so stop in anytime after that to see the massive prints in person, and the beautiful atrium space that features a fireplace, some historical installations, model ships, sails, slate, granite, and beautiful oil paintings that will be installed soon as well. An exceptional project indeed!
7 thoughts on “Atrium | The Portsmouth Regional Hospital”
Congratulations Phil! They did such a great job and I am glad they chose you to feature your work.
That looks really sharp, Phil.
Thanks Chris – much appreciated, especially coming from such a talented gent!
Always great to complete these sorts of projects. It’s a sweet feeling.
Amazing work Phil. Certainly something to be proud of.
It’s official, you rock!
Phil, the installation looks amazing! The map-background picks up the colors in your images perfectly. Can’t wait to see it in person.