A Work of Art

We’d like to congratulate Logansport Memorial Hospital for opening its brand new cancer center in Logansport,¬†Indiana! Within its medical office building East lobby is a sculpture made with .decimal IMRT compensators. We are honored!

The sculpture was made by the hands of Jim Galbreath of Galbreath Industrial Services. After several designs, he took science as his inspiration and settled on the shape of a globe.

This is his third commissioned work following The Dancers, which is located in downtown Logansport.

Artist Jim Galbreath standing with the frame of the sculpture | Photo courtesy of Jim Galbreath
Assembling the .decimal compensators begins | Photo courtesy of Jim Galbreath
Photo courtesy of Jim Galbreath
Sculpture on the Move | Photo courtesy of Jim Galbreath
Sculpture being delivered to the cancer center | Photo courtesy of Jim Galbreath

The sculpture’s estimated weight is 3000 pounds and it contains 307 .decimal IMRT brass compensators, constructed within a six-week time span.

Sculpture in its final resting place at the Logansport Memorial Hospital Medical Office Building East Lobby | Photo courtesy of Jim Galbreath

He also completed a smaller version which is in the lower level of the treatment center.

Photo courtesy of Jim Galbreath

We are delighted to know that the compensators will continue to bring joy and healing to those who enter the cancer center!

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