Behind the Art at Tucson Medical Center
The six life size prints hanging in the corridor of the Orthopedic Tower lobby at Tucson Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona are digital enlargements from my original work on paper. The original work was created in pencil and ink with the addition of metal and found materials. The six life size digital prints are a gift to TMC and are now part of their permanent collection. Limited edition prints of this artwork are available for purchase. Thirty percent (30%) of all the sales will be donated to the TMC Healing Arts Program. See below.
This project would not have been created without the inspiration of my late husband, Marius Wagner MD (1949-2017). He always encouraged our three sons Richard, Patrick and Eric, his patients and me to reach for the stars. Dr. Wagner loved TMC and all it stood for. How fitting that this art has made its way back to this amazing institution where Dr. Wagner worked for 35 years! It is my hope that this installation will be a constant source of inspiration to all those patients, families, nurses, doctors, employees and guests who walk the halls of Tucson Medical Center.
A special thanks goes out to Lauren Rabb, Curator of the Healing Arts Program, for having the vision to bring this “larger than life” project to the halls of Tucson Medical Center. I would also like to recognize my amazing photographer, Robin Stancliff and my digital guru Richard McBain and his amazing staff at Centric Photo in Tucson. This team brought my vision to life.
Limited edition, signed and dated prints are available for purchase. Thirty percent (30%) of all the sales will be donated to the TMC Healing Arts Program.
How to purchase. Click on any image and shopping cart will open. All purchases are local pick up only at Centric Photo 4001 E. Pima St. If you have any questions about the ordering process, please contact Centric Photo 520-325-0065 and they will be happy to help. Questions for Shirley Wagner may be submitted from the contact page on this site.