Artwork in the Workplace

In today’s world, most people spend more time at their workplace than at their homes. With that being said, the question is, how important is it to create a stimulating environment that not only motivates employees but soothes their senses at the same time? Over the years , research has shown that displaying fine art in a corporate environment has positive effects across the board. In an article written by Victor Lipman of Forbes Magazine fine art was cited as creating the following in the workplace: Boost Creativity - Fine artwork can interest and inspire certain artistically oriented individuals who will find the artwork a pleasure to be around. Helps to Reduce Stress - The relaxing, conte

Painting from the Heart

"Painting is a blind man's profession. He paints not what he sees, but what he feels, what he tells himself what he has seen," Pablo Picasso. As the daughter of an artist, I have witnessed my father, Al Sprague, put his feelings onto canvas many times. It is a process beautiful to watch. He brings to life the Panamanian culture and tells the story of a country proud of its heritage. This is why much of his work has been given across the world by representatives of Panama. It is a way to share the most important aspect of this country measuring slightly smaller than the state of South Carolina. After a recent move to New Orleans, Louisiana, my father started painting his surroundings. HIs sub

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