Art Photography Sought for New Wing

by Patricia Duff 9th February 2017

Feb. 9, 2017


WhidbeyHealth Medical Center is seeking donations of Whidbey Island photos to adorn its new inpatient wing.


“Many local photographers have asked about displaying their work in our new wing,” says Helen Taylor, executive director of the WhidbeyHealth Foundation. “We are asking interested photographers, both amateur and professional, to submit images to be considered for the new space.”


The wing will be ready for move-in sometime this spring.


“We want our space to reflect the beauty of our island and its people,” says Taylor. “We believe that photographs taken on Whidbey will help create a more healing environment for those who are receiving care.” 


Photographers are invited to submit electronic images to be considered for a one-time reproduction and installation in the wing. The medical center will reproduce photos up to 40 by 40 inches.


Pieces will include a watermark of the photographer's name and/or website. Photos selected will be acknowledged as a charitable donation, with proper tax documentation and acknowledgment.


To learn more, including file size requirements, how to submit photos and full project parameters and scope, please contact Taylor at 360.678.7656, ext. 4020 or email

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Thursday, 9th February 2017, 10:56pm.
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