Artist Annette Barlow has created a mural inside the paediatric department as part of March Arts.
Artist Annette Barlow has created a beautiful mural inside the paediatric department at Sydney Dental Hospital.
The mural depicts Prince Alfred Park, a green oasis situated in Surry Hills just down from the Hospital.
Annette has painted people cycling, walking, jogging, playing soccer and simply sitting and enjoying the park, which is framed by the Redfern skyline.
The mural was created as part of the inaugural March Arts festival, which celebrated and showcased the role of The Arts in healthcare and health promotion.
Annette has placed lots of small features inside the mural, such as butterflies, dragonflies and lizards. Take a closer look and see if you can spot them all!
Sydney Dental Hospital has been serving the local community since 1904.
The Hospital is a centre of excellence and throughout its history has been a key driver in shaping oral health and dental care in Australia.
Our staff are committed to providing high quality dental services to our local community, with a strong focus on patient and family-centred care.
The department of paediatric dentistry provides complex fillings, dental extractions and moderately complex oral surgery and treatment under general anaesthesia while focusing on prevention of dental disease.
Annette's mural is one of the many steps Sydney Local Health District is taking to give our patients a warm welcome at our healthcare services.
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