St Giles Palliative Care Hospice, Staffordshire

A collaborative 6 month project working with a creative arts and health team including a poet, an illustrator and a documentary photographer. Culminating in the book "Being Here" and artworks for the new spaces of the palliative care hospice...


Private Commission

Billberry Hill, The Clent Hills - reworked in black and white. A private client was keen to have a black and white piece for their home so I looked through my images taken in the Clent Hills and reworked this piece which has inspired me to make more monochrome work in future...



Gloucester Royal Hospital - New Women's Centre

Inner Sanctuary - a commission for the new Women's Centre at Gloucester Royal Hospital. Following a brief to bring the peace of local landscapes into the new building...


St Giles Palliative Care Hospice, Walsall

A commission for a new palliative care hospice in Walsall. This commission was made in collaboration with patients and staff and culminated in a large LED Lightbox for the reception and numerous other artworks around the spaces of the new hospice...


Experian - The Journey to work...

Artwork for the office, working with staff and making work based upon their journeys into work...


P&O Cruises - The Arcadia

4 pieces commissioned for the P&O cruiseship 'The Aradia'


Barclays Bank HQ, London

Barclays Bank commissioned over 30 new pieces for their new head quarters in Canary Wharf in London....


Scarborough Hospital A&E

A series of work commissioned for the Scarborough Hospital Accident and Emergency ward


Buxted Park Hotel, East Sussex

A 5 metre piece for the 'Orangery' of the Buxted Park Hotel


The Runnymede Hotel and Spa, Windsor

A commission to make a series of pieces based upon the River Thames around the location of the Runnymede hotel near Windsor. 6 pieces were made over a few months and installed in various spaces of the newly refurbished hotel.




Dominic Pote has an astonishing ability to turn other people’s ideas into creative reality. Easy to work with, Dominic is reliable and professional. His unique work has given the visual impact of the interior of the St Giles Walsall Hospice a deeper sense of space and a real sense of place. Dominic’s work has fully filled the brief of ‘celebrating life’. He has created some of the most successful bespoke artworks for a public space I have ever had the privilege of being involved with.

Glen Buglass
Creative Development Team Manager

Burns Centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

A collection of Winter scenes commissioned for the new Burns centre in the QE Hospital in Birmingham. Consultation workshops were carried out with patients and staff andcool colours and far reaching viewswere predominantly desired...


Throughout the life of the project, Dominic has engaged very closely with both us and the end service users, listened carefully and completely taken on board our suggestions and views to create a number of stunning, bespoke and very personal pieces of art, which not only compliment their surroundings, but have almost become as one within the space - they look as though they have always been there, and that’s quite an achievement given that this is a new build. I know that there were times when obtaining some of the images presented some challenges, but with humour and persistence, Dominic has created a lasting legacy of which he and we, can be extremely proud. In the event that I find myself in the very unique position of commissioning an arts into health project at any time in the future, I would have no hesitation in recommending Dominic’s work.

Gill Yardley, NHS

Bingley Hub Health Centre, Yorkshire

Working with a steering group of local residents and patients I created a body of work for the new health centre in Bingley. Local hidden landscapes were shared and discovered which then became integrated into the new building to inspire and promote the local area...


We first started promoting and placing Dominic Pote’s work in 2002. On seeing his photographs the first word that sprung to mind was ‘originality’ - both in terms of subject matter, shape, and above all execution. A lot of photographers work just in black and white, and that suits them and what they want to achieve. The same can be said of Dominic Pote’s softly coloured and hazy landscapes - so subtly right for what he is trying to achieve. And the list of his corporate collectors is too long to take up space here - but they must all agree with what we saw in his work. Perhaps of all his collectors, Barclays Bank provided the most exciting opportunity for him, commissioning from him over 30 works, all mounted on aluminium (with no glass or frame) for their world headquarters in London’s Dockands. We are proud to be associated with such a talented and unique artist.

Andrew Hutchinson
Director, International Art Consultants, London