Dimensions: Twelve panels, 13.5” x 13.5” x 1.5” to 18” x 13.5” x 2”
Medium: Cast Bronze
Commissioned by: Spokane Community College Health Sciences Division and the Washington State Art in Public Places Program
Twelve cast bronze relief panels based on medical postage stamps from eight different countries reflect subject matter addressing the twelve Health Sciences Division course offerings at Spokane Community College. The stamps were selected from a large number gathered by the Artists, in collaboration with the Health Sciences staff and faculty. Each stamp is labeled with plaque listing the country of origin and the date of issue, and interesting facts about the medical field that the stamp is intended to honor or commemorate. The United States stamps are used with permission of the United States Postal Service.
Medical Philately in the Caldwell Sculpture Studio
Judith and Daniel Caldwell pose beside their Spokane Community College public art project, Medical Philately.
Medical Philately Pharmacy Stamp
One of the twelve cast bronze postage stamps from the Medical Philately project created for Spokane Community College
Medical Philately Installation View
Twelve unique cast bronze postage stamps referencing different medical technology fields for the Health Sciences Building at Spokane Community College.
Medical Information Technology
A cast bronze sculpture of a postage stamp from Japan celebrating a Medical Technology Congress for the Medical Philately public art project at the Spokane Community College Health Sciences Building.
Medical Philately in the Studio
A view of the Medical Philately public art project in the Caldwell Sculpture Studio, before installation at Spokane Community College.