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6/15/09: Museum-quality art now on display at Emerson's Sudbury facility

Patients and visitors can view museum-quality artwork at Emerson Medical at Sudbury. Through Emerson’s participation in the DeCordova Sculpture Park + Museum’s Corporate Art Program, original artwork hangs on both levels of the facility, which is located on Route 20 in Chiswick Park. The installed exhibition features artwork from the museum’s permanent collection as well as artist-loaned work; exhibitions are rotated to ensure a continuously stimulating and educational environment.

Artwork on display now includes “Two Trees,” an oil painting by Leslie Miller; “Wild Trees; Locust Trees at Potomska,” an oil painting by Leslie Miller; “Shelves,” an oil painting on linen by Lydia Martin, which hangs in the pediatric waiting area; “Faces” an oil painting by Barbara Swan; and “Shards V” an acrylic painting on canvas by Rebecca Dwyer.

The Emerson Hospital Medical Center in Sudbury brings skilled and compassionate medical staff and state-of-the-art diagnostic services to a convenient location close to home. Emerson Medical at Sudbury offers adult primary care physicians, a pediatric team and a full line of diagnostic services. The center offers comprehensive medical services representing many medical specialties and subspecialties, including bone density, laboratory services, ultrasound, X-ray, internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics and travel medicine. Medical services are complemented by the full medical and surgical resources of Emerson Hospital, including the emergency department, Bethke Cancer Center and the Birthing Center.

Founded in 1950, DeCordova Sculpture Park + Museum was established to educate as broad and diverse a public as possible about modern and contemporary American art. DeCordova’s Corporate Art Program loans work by regional contemporary artist to more than 100 businesses in Massachusetts for public display.