Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center has commissioned two new major digital paintings, and acquired a third, for their permanent collection. The artwork is on display in the entrance atrium in the newly constructed Williamson Translational Research Building at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
The primary focus of the atrium space is the 32 foot long "Chrysopoeia". This digital painting is a mix of generative and representational art imbedded in resin.
Translational research is all about translating discoveries made in research labs into better, safer care for patients, and then bringing lessons learned in the clinic back to the investigators. Translat...
Join us at the opening reception of the exhibtion of representational digital paintings by Gloria King Merritt included in a small group exhibit at Norris Cotton Cancer Center located at One Medical Center Drive, Lebanon NH.