It’s true: real art costs a lot more than art from a home products supermarket. But you get a lot in return. Both for private individuals, companies, and other organisations.
Real art moves people. Its beautiful shapes and colours trigger our aesthetic senses, day after day. Its mood and layers of meaning evoke certain feelings and sentiments. And it offers us food for thought, or imagination. Trying to perceive a work of art, or to process the feelings it evokes, will always be a fascinating mental journey. As Keats said: ‘A thing of beauty is a joy forever’.
Art in the Company
Art also has proven to be beneficial when part of the interior of companies and other organisations. It promotes a good work climate and encourages productivity. Visit my gallery to see it with your own eyes.
Blue art stimulates
The positive effects of art is enhanced by the shades of blue found frequently in my work. Blue doesn’t only brighten up your employees, but also sets them to developing more creative solutions – vital, in time of economic turbulence.
The right atmosphere for making the right decision
These shades of blue also exude an air of tranquillity. It makes my work the ideal eye-catcher in your conference room. Under pressure, it’s hard to make the right decision…
Art is good for your image
Of course, art also improves your image and that of the organisation. And have you ever thought of art as a promotional gift? Or donating art to a hospital or museum?