Clients at Silver Chain's Integrum Aged Care+ clinic in Perth are enjoying a breath of fresh air in the form of beautiful artwork which celebrates birds and plants native to the region.
Local indigenous artist Jack Bromell created murals inside the clinic building on Great Eastern Hwy in Perth. Drawn freehand, each mural depicts species of birds and plants native to the Swan River region, including the Carnaby Black Cockatoo and Red Wattlebird.
While clients already enjoy the social aspect of coming into the clinic, as well as exercise classes held there, the stunning artwork makes the experience even more rewarding.
Community Medical High Care Service director Matthew Franklyn said: “Each week the clients would come into the clinic to see the artwork coming together.
“Seeing the work helped them feel part of the process,” he added.
“The finished mural is incredible and really adds to the welcoming and relaxed environment that we wanted to create for clients, their carers and families.”
The artist captured the work in progress and shared it to his Facebook page, adding: “It was a pleasure to work in this incredible facility for the time that I was there.
"I met many of the clients while I worked and had some wonderful interactions. The staff were also very kind and hospitable.”