Jennifer Madden and Jeffrey Reed of Richmond, CA have been selected to create public art for Sentara’s new treatment and care center, a 253,000-square-foot, glass-and-stone building at 6251 E. Virginia Beach Blvd., complete with a healing garden and fountain.

To contribute to the soothing environment, the artwork will be elegant, sophisticated, visually stimulating and convey a sense of peace and serenity to lift up the patients, families, and staff who come to the building.

The public art committee met with the artists March 29, 2022 to discuss possibilities and location. Pictured is where the anticipated spot will be at the entrance to the building on the exterior. See pictures from their visit.

This Private Partnership match project made possible with a $75,000 budget via Sentara and $25,000 from Norfolk Arts. Norfolk Arts continually seeks private developers to partner with to create public art in Norfolk, VA. Up to $25,000 is available. Contact: karenrudd@norfolk.gov for more information. Or scroll down and find the call to artists on this page.

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