Medical

Linda combines lettering with inventive designs to identify departments and create an inspiring workplace. Wall art can provide fun and easy directions to point the way throughout maze-like halls. This helps to humanize institutions and reduce stress.

Linda’s art creates a distinctive and fun work environment to attract employees and to reduce turnover.

Pathology laboratory murals below: “Employee morale zoomed,” Sharon Apfelbaum.

Detail of a mural: an antique microscope painted on a dark green wall. Microscope is 4' tall. The swirls and specs in the background represent what is seen under the microscope.
Detail of a mural: an antique microscope painted on a dark green wall. Microscope is 4′ tall. The swirls and specs in the background represent what is seen under the microscope.
Blood Coagulation: the circular shape on the left represents a blood cell painted graphically with vertical and horizontal lines.
Blood Coagulation: the circular shape on the left represents a blood cell painted graphically with vertical and horizontal lines.
Linda creates inventive designs with the existing elements in the room. Antibodies emanate from a real clock.
Linda creates inventive designs with the existing elements in the room. Antibodies emanate from a real clock.
A service panel is camouflaged with a clever wall-graphic.
Linda’s paperclip graphic camouflages a service panel.
Pharmaceutical painting on canvas.
Pharmaceutical painting on canvas.
Abstract painting of DNA.
Abstract painting of DNA.

To see one of Linda’s memory care murals, see her web page, “In the News.”