Artwork Crafted Specifically for Medical Environments
Every photograph and piece of art was specifically crafted to connect to patients and turn your practice into a peaceful environment. We have an extensive collection offline, so please reach out if you have something specific in mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do pictures of nature really make a difference?
There are studies that suggest that seeing a photograph of a misty forest, ladybug, or seashell can lower anxiety, reduce blood pressure, and improve a patient’s mood. But don’t take our word for it; consider how you feel when you walk into a forest, come across a beautiful image, or walk into a peaceful space.
Do you accept commissions for a specific idea or space?
Yes, please reach out to us so we can let’s talk about your needs. We offer consultations to help you design artscapes for your waiting rooms, offices, and patient rooms. In addition, we have a variety of photographs and artwork in our studio that are not found on our website. If you have a specific image in mind, we also accept commissions.
What if I just want one photo?
Thats fine! People often fall in love with one photograph–whether it be of a relaxing seascape, a close up of a butterfly, or a seashell. Others are in search of one signature image for their office or patient room. You can choose one canvas that has caught your eye or purchase a carefully curated package or several photographs and pieces of artwork.
Do you offer triptychs and polyptychs?
Yes, we can do this for many photographs. Please reach out and share your idea.
A triptych is a work of art or photography that is divided into three sections, It is, therefore, a type of polyptych the term for all multi-panel works. The middle panel is typically the largest and it is flanked by two smaller related works, although there are triptychs of equal-sized panels. -sized panels.
Who we are
We are Lili and Lori, the founders of Unlimited Art Creations. Together, we have focused on healing through the arts for two decades. We met in elementary school, united by our love of art and science, and stayed connected even as our lives diverged. As we were separated by thousands of miles and different career paths–Lili became a doctor while Lori focused on the arts–we both had a passion for healing and connecting to people.
In 2018, Lili was walking through a long hospital corridor when she realized that many of these spaces that were supposed to heal were cold and uncomfortable. Together with Lori, she began to connect medical centers, rehabilitation centers, dental practices, hospitals, physical therapy and chiropractic offices with art and art-consultation services to ensure their waiting rooms, hallways, offices, examination rooms and more had peaceful artwork that fostered healing.