With 25 years of art and environmental graphic design consulting experience we can curate your business image through a careful understanding of your company’s mission and values.
We believe that art, branding and artifacts play a critical role in today’s business and university environments. What hangs on the walls and occupies your public spaces reflects your core values and institutional objectives. To be competitive, a successful organization utilizes every opportunity to reinforce their image and to create a thoughtful environment.
Doylestown Hospital engaged Sentry Arts to create an extensive art and donor recognition program for their newly constructed Cardiac Care Wing. Collaborating with art committee members to create clearly established goals, Sentry curated artwork selections for public spaces and private patient rooms, created unique environmental graphics for donor signage throughout the wing, and found creative visual solutions for special projects that resulted in unique large-scale graphics.
For over 10 years, and supporting the re-designing of two office spaces, Sentry Arts has built a collaborative relationship with Keystone Shipping. During the most recent renovation, Sentry helped envision and install new environmental graphics and signage to help convey their brand and enhance their workspace.
Sentry Arts has worked with Temple University's Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry for years on a wide range of art and environmental graphic projects. We created large-scale timelines, established an art aesthetic that compliments the school’s unique style and identity, and commissioned local artists to create unique donor recognition walls.
Heather Gibson and her team completed a comprehensive project for the Kornberg School of Dentistry that has transformed our large three-story clinical and education facility from a stark, plain environment into a warm, inviting and invigorated space for our patients, students, faculty and staff. Heather showed a keen sensibility for the task at hand, and applied artistic and curatorial sensitivity to creating a strong series of exhibits throughout the building.
I’ve known Heather Gibson since 1990. Wyeth employed her to help with the enormous project of displaying our art and historic artifact collections in a newly acquired building. She spearheaded the purchase of new and used artwork, the re-use of existing artwork, and implemented the entire plan, while aiding our efforts to collect Wyeth historical artifacts and display and deploy them throughout the facility. Her high degree of energy, professionalism, enthusiasm, and intellect are unmatched. She earned a high level of trust based on her extraordinary abilities.
We value Heather's expertise and integrity and seek her help with our most difficult art installation challenges. She consistently creates dynamic and clever solutions, mindful of our budget constraints, and makes sure the job gets done. Her personal touch gives us much appreciated confidence, and we are always proud of the final installation work.