Middletown, NY- Orange Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce the exhibition, Life Up Close: Art Inspired by Science, featuring paintings, photographs and sculptures created from the careful observation of life on a close-up level. The exhibit opens Monday, September 23, 2013 at Orange Regional Medical Center located at 707 East Main Street, Middletown on the ground floor adjacent to the conference center. The exhibit will remain on display through November 1.
The exhibit features original work by Michelle Banks (Washington, DC), Jessica Beels (Washington, DC), Greg Dunn (Philadelphia, PA), Carol Flaitz (Newburgh, NY), Femi Ford (Warwick, NY) and a selection of photographs from Nikon’s Small World photomicrography competition, which showcases the beauty and complexity of life as seen through a light microscope with images not visible to the naked eye. The exhibit will also feature artwork inspired by natural phenomena including discoveries made while studying seeds and cells, as well as medicine and from unlikely places such as the interior workings of computers.
Orange Regional exhibits both emerging and mid-career contemporary artists, with a special focus on artwork that complements a healing environment and professional artists from the Hudson Valley.
Orange Regional presents a permanent art collection in diverse media including paintings, photographs, prints and textiles throughout its facilities. Art is integrated in patient rooms and common areas as an essential part of Orange Regional’s healing environment.
For additional information about Orange Regional’s Art Exhibit Series or the Healing Arts Program, contact Curator Sarah Johnson at 845-333-2385 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.