• Florida Hospital for Women : Orlando, FL

  • Saint Francis Hospital : Tulsa, OK

  • Martin Army Community Hospital : Fort Benning, GA

  • Professional Services Firm : Houston, TX

  • Methodist Dallas Medical Center : Dallas, TX

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Team

Charles N. White

Charles N. White, EDAC, founded Skyline Art Services in 1987 with the goal of creating comprehensive art programs that go far beyond the ordinary.

Louise Nicholson Carter

Louise Nicholson Carter, CHID, EDAC, IIDA, RID, is an award-winning designer committed to developing outstanding art programs that integrate seamlessly with architectural design.

Our Team

We bring together talents and experience in architecture, interior design, fine arts, graphic design, as well as framing and fabrication, to address our clients’ diverse needs.

Blog

January 9, 2018

Art for Behavioral Health

We are of course very interested to read about innovations in art installations for behavioral health facilities. These spaces present unique and serious challenges – such as no ligature points or sharp edges. And among healthcare facilities, behavior health centers are especially in need of positive distraction. With so many design restrictions in place, too Read More

December 14, 2017

Donation to Harvery Arts Recovery Fund

This holiday season we have made a substantial donation to the Harvey Arts Recovery Fund to support all aspects of rebuilding the Houston arts community from Hurricane Harvey’s widespread devastation. This fund provides crucial financial assistance to individual artists, small/mid-sized arts organizations, and cultural organizations who were adversely affected by Hurricane Harvey. In addition to Read More

December 13, 2017

Biophilic Design and Behavioral Health: Implications for Art Selection

Here’s a project in a Seattle behavioral health center that focuses on “biophilia,” a nature-based design strategy built upon evolutionary theory that is meant to improve psychological outcomes, with “results in environments that soothe, comfort, orient, and calm.” Biophilic design connects building occupants to the cycles and patterns of nature by subtly incorporating cues reminiscent Read More