Installation at Dr. Christian Whitney's Office in Greenwich, CT

Chilton & Chadwick Global Art Advisors recently installed over 20 pieces of contemporary art at the offices of Dr. Christian Whitney, the owner of Restorative Pain Solutions in Greenwich, CT.

The artists include Penny Putnam, Kim Romero, Heidi Lewis Coleman, Sandy Gennrich, Sabeena Jindal, Marlene Siff, Mary Blum and Sid Solomon.

Beth Harrington, Executive Vice President, lead the effort.

The installation was specifically designed from a patient’s perspective, both literally and figuratively. Much attention was paid to not only where a patient would be sitting and what they would be looking at, but how the art would make them feel emotionally and psychologically as they are being treated for pain.

Enjoy photos of the installation below. And if Chilton & Chadwick can help you with your art needs, feel free to reach out here.

Works from left to right: A diptych by Kim Romero and watercolor by Penny Putnam.

Works from left to right: A diptych by Kim Romero and watercolor by Penny Putnam.

Works from left to right: A maquette by Marlene Siff and a diptych by Kim Romero.

Works from left to right: A maquette by Marlene Siff and a diptych by Kim Romero.

Works from left to right: Marlene Siff, Kim Romero, Penny Putnam

Works from left to right: Marlene Siff, Kim Romero, Penny Putnam

Works from left to right: 3 works by Heidi Lewis Coleman and Sid Solomon in the distance.

Works from left to right: 3 works by Heidi Lewis Coleman and Sid Solomon in the distance.

Works from left to right: Abstract boat photography by Sandy Gennrich, mixed media collage by Mary Blum and a maquette by Marlene Siff.

Works from left to right: Abstract boat photography by Sandy Gennrich, mixed media collage by Mary Blum and a maquette by Marlene Siff.

Works from left to right: Sid Solomon in the foreground and Sandy Gennrich on the right.

Works from left to right: Sid Solomon in the foreground and Sandy Gennrich on the right.

Tara by Sabeena Jindal.

Tara by Sabeena Jindal.