• Saint Francis Hospital : Tulsa, OK

  • Martin Army Community Hospital : Fort Benning, GA

  • Professional Services Firm : Houston, TX

  • Methodist Dallas Medical Center : Dallas, TX

  • Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas : Dallas, TX

Projects


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

March 26, 2017

AIA Gulf Coast Green 2017

We are so proud to be presenting at this years AIA Gulf Coast Green conference in Houston, TX. Louise Nicholson Carter will be assisting Diane Alexander present her work titled: Therapeutic Gardens: Where Science and Art Merge.   This course provides architects and designers with a multitude of biophillic and sensory integrated approaches to designing Read More

February 1, 2017

A Novel Approach to the Built Environment for Memory Care

We focus so much on how to build residential facilities for memory care, encompassing all the daily needs, an approach like this one is pretty surprising to hear about. And we’d love to know how well it is working. In San Diego, a non-profit organization, the George G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Care Centers, built an Read More

January 26, 2017

Now Showing: ONEEVERYONE, a Photographic Exploration of Care-Giving

We are very interested to have learned about this photography show opening this weekend in Austin. Landmarks, the public art program at University of Texas at Austin, commissioned photographer Ann Hamilton to shoot a series of portraits — part of her ongoing project — specifically for UT’s Dell Medical School. She welcomed all who had Read More