Not one or two, but THREE murals have been painted for the fine folks at Fairview Hospital in Wyoming, Minnesota. Adam thanks his lucky stars that the staff at Fairview continue to choose his work to express the joy the community has for this hospital.
Adam painted a large mural in the front lobby area where there is a waiting room adjacent the mural. The mural acts as a place of interest for those waiting for their appointments. The apple tree, cabin lifestyle, and marsh land creatures are all images of comfort and nostalgia, representative of the Wyoming area.
The Emergency Department (ED) "Kid's Area" is affectionally named the "Dragonfly Area" because of 3 hanging dragonflies that hang in the space. The first mural is on a divider wall, the second on a beam that soars above the space with eagles, and the third is a low wall that surrounds the space. The entire area looks like a little marsh land and allows children a fun place to hang out, play games, and wait for their appointment. A completely immersive setting that brightens the typical hospital vibe.
The third installation for Adam at Fairview, is a collaboration with Greiner Construction. The Greiner Team created a blank cabin canvas for Adam to paint in the main thoroughfare of the Hospital. The cabin is a happy place to hang out with rabbits, loons, and dragonflies for young and old while waiting for appointments.