A portfolio of artworks by Kirsty Whitrow

Murals & Artworks for Hospitals

Leicester Royal Infirmary Children’s Accident & Emergency Department

Kirsty was commissioned to create several artworks for the Plaster Bay and the waiting areas in the A & E department for children and young people. The trees, butterflies and dragonfly are painted onto plywood and fixed to the wall allowing their safe removal for re-decorating purposes.

“We chose the theme of Trees from around the world to reflect the multicultural entity of Leicester, also symbolizing growth, health, and well being. They are hopefully visually pleasing to all ages, and timeless.”

  • Image 1) Wildlife frieze in the Reception Area
  • Image 2) Dragon fly: Emulsion on plywood, 1 metre wing span
  • !mage 3) Wildlife frieze in the Reception Area
  • Image 4) A Trompe L’oeil tropical beach scene in the Young People’s Waiting Area. Emulsion paint on plaster
  • Images 5 & 6) Alphabet frieze in the Plaster Bay
  • Image 7) Orange Tree: Height 2 metres. Emulsion on plywood with relief mosaic additions
  • Image 8) Oak Tree: Height 2 metres. Emulsion on plywood with relief mosaic additions
  • Image 9) Fig Tree: Height 2 metres. Emulsion on plywood with relief mosaic additions
  • Image 10) Fir Tree: Height 2 metres. Emulsion on plywood with relief mosaic additions
  • Image 11) Cherry Tree: Height 2 metres. Emulsion on plywood with relief mosaic additions
  • Image 12) Palm Tree: Height 2.50 metres. Emulsion on plywood with relief mosaic additions

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