(March 8, 2012) - Reverend John Anderson, a digital artist in
Savannah, was commissioned by the Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute
(ACI) at Memorial University Medical Center to provide original
artwork for the ACI's newest treatment suite. Anderson created
three pieces that will be displayed in a room that houses the ACI's
new TrueBeam™ radiation oncology system.
"It is my hope that these works will create a synergy of healing
in this environment, working with the technology and the expert
staff," said Anderson, who previously worked as a chaplain at
Memorial University Medical Center. "The vibrations created by the
colors and forms are intended to deepen the consciousness of the
patients and reinforce the healing energy in their bodies."
One of the pieces, "Sparks through Stubble," was created as a
tribute to the late Nasser Maleki, Ph.D., former director of
medical radiation physics at the ACI. The piece is based on a
passage from The Wisdom of Solomon about the souls of the righteous
who have died, "they will kindle into flame, like sparks that sweep
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