Posted by on Jun 10, 2011 in Donor Recognition Art, News, Public Art, Visual Art | 0 comments

Secondary Donor Wall, The Jewish Home, Harrisburg

The purpose of this donor wall is just what it says at the top – to honor heritage and build the future.   When the facility was totally renovated, this wall became necessary as a way of carrying the names of former donors into the future while encouraging new gifts.

The oval panel at the top is a watercolor painting of the seven species, echoing the theme of the main donor wall and creating visual interest on a wall that is otherwise without vibrant color.   Commissioned work like this requires an ability to collaborate with architects and designers to produce a ‘look’ that fits the space and serves a purpose.


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