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Children's Dental Associates-Healing Photo Art Project

March 28, 2018  •  1 Comment

 

Children's Dental Associates Healing Art Project

 

I wanted to share an exciting recent project I completed with Kenneth Boroson Architects, LLC for two large canvas photos of New London's Lighthouses and seascapes for the new Children's Dental Associates Dental Office in East Lyme Connecticut. The large 4 panel canvas is 16 feet long. These healing art photos will make the dental office a fun, exciting and peaceful place for the children of the area to come and have their dental work done. The 4 Panel Canvas of the New London Lighthouse and canvas of the Ledge Lighthouse were taken last summer specific for this project and completed over the winter. It is so rewarding to see the fruits of one's labor improving the lives of those that come in touch with it. Thanks Children's Dental Associates and Kenneth Boroson Architects for the opportunity to be part of this project.

 

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Francine(non-registered)
Beautiful work John! Fits in perfectly with the decor. I know it will bring lots of smiles.
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