Mardie Gibbs, coordinator of patient support services, works to install hand-painted ceiling tiles at the Cancer Centers of NC Raleigh office on Macon Pond Road in Raleigh, N.C. It is part of the Healing Ceilings program that was started in June. The brainchild of Amy Jo Edwards, not seen, she has gotten artist friends to contribute. As well, she has started a Facebook campaign that has gotten paintings from as far away as Florida. Extra tiles are sent to 4 other centers in the state.
Mardie Gibbs, coordinator of patient support services, works to install hand-painted ceiling tiles at the Cancer Centers of NC Raleigh office on Macon Pond Road in Raleigh, N.C. It is part of the Healing Ceilings program that was started in June. The brainchild of Amy Jo Edwards, not seen, she has gotten artist friends to contribute. As well, she has started a Facebook campaign that has gotten paintings from as far away as Florida. Extra tiles are sent to 4 other centers in the state. clowenst@newsobserver.com
Mardie Gibbs, coordinator of patient support services, works to install hand-painted ceiling tiles at the Cancer Centers of NC Raleigh office on Macon Pond Road in Raleigh, N.C. It is part of the Healing Ceilings program that was started in June. The brainchild of Amy Jo Edwards, not seen, she has gotten artist friends to contribute. As well, she has started a Facebook campaign that has gotten paintings from as far away as Florida. Extra tiles are sent to 4 other centers in the state. clowenst@newsobserver.com

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