Are you making the most of the art in your workplace? Art plays a significant role in enhancing wellbeing, reaching far beyond the aesthetic to lower cortisol levels, instil pride in ones’ workplace and ultimately contribute to a more productive team. Don’t let your art be a missed opportunity to engage employees. We tackle 10 ways to maximise the positive impact the art in your workplace has on employees.
We hear all the time that ‘our people are our best assets’ or to take it a step further the right people certainly are.
Art is a powerful tool, especially when you understand that it has more to offer than just its aesthetic qualities. Carefully chosen pieces can make a big impression on potential employees, as well as improve your staff retention levels.
If ever the proverb, “it’s the journey not the destination” applied to anyone- it’s Rob. He’s laid back and in the same breath enterprising. He applies a calm but productive approach to life as he does his art, moving from moment to moment, painting to painting.
Last year The Euro Tour was created to showcase 20 specially selected Little Van Gogh artists internationally. Three UK artists were chosen to take part in the four year touring exhibition set to make stops in France, Germany, Belgium and the UK.
Ask yourself ‘What happens when I look at art?’ and the odds are that you’ll think about how visual art makes you feel, rather than the physical processes that take place in your brain.
Every artist in the Little Van Gogh network creates a unique collection of eleven paintings. But how do they go about achieving this vast creative task?
Creating a large series of artwork – with a consistent theme and style – at first sounds like a huge challenge. For many artists, however, it’s simply a natural next step as part of a lifetime of creating art.