Having toured from Alabama to Italy where it was included in the Bienalle Internazionale, the Florence Art Show, the inspiring painting “Tour de France” by local artist Kay Daughdrill, will settle down and make Pinnacle Brain & Spine Center it’s permanent home.
Featured on the front cover of Mobile Bay Monthly in August of 2005, this exceptional acrylic painting will soon take pride of place in our practice where it will inspire staff and patients alike, as it embodies many of the principles and ideals we hold core at Pinnacle.
During a discussion about why “Tour de France” was chosen to brighten up the offices of Pinnacle Brain & Spine Center, Dr. Juan Ronderos, M.D. had this to say:
It’s very rare that I see a painting and feel that it would be suitable for our office, but “Tour de France” caught my eye and I was inspired. It embodies what we do at Pinnacle and at the Watson Neuroscience Research Foundation. It portrays passion, professionalism, determination, a winning spirit, and it’s a reminder of the importance of using helmets to protecting athletes from sports concussions and injury.
There’s a lot of us in this painting.
Learn more about our passion and mission to help educate about the dangers of concussion and to prevent sports related concussions in young athletes, by visiting us at The Watson Neuroscience Foundation website.