This sculpture was created in response to a commission from the “Kings Fund”, this charitable organisation has organised the refurbishment of many National Health Hospitals within the UK; it commissions artwork to enhance the hospital environment with the philosophy that art aids recovery.
The main reception area of Moorfields Eye Hospital in London was designated for refurbishment; and Caron was commissioned to create a low relief for display over the reception desk. The triptych panels were created using Portland limestone, they depicts peacock feathers and Gerbera flowers, both of which are contained within the hospital’s crest.
All artwork created for this project was been created after consultation with staff and patients to provide a visually stimulating but calm environment in which to receive specialist treatment and work.
Media: Stone - Dimensions(cm): 160 x 75 x 4