Art is a great way for people to feel inspired, comfortable, and connected in the workplace. Not only does art add beauty and creativity to a business environment, it also provides a great way for businesses to connect with local artists; by featuring the work of local artists, businesses can connect to their community and help encourage the local art economy.
At The WorkSpace in Carlsbad, we’re currently highlighting two local artists. By incorporating two artists with different styles and mediums, our office space has added interest and excitement to its walls that invite visitors to explore The WorkSpace.
Local Artists Featured at The WorkSpace
Born in New Orleans, Nathan Stinson moved to California in 1975 and studied cinematography, photography, journalism, and architecture as he developed his own artistic style. At The WorkSpace, pieces from his collection of Fine Art Light Works are inspiring pops of color and movement that sprang from his interest in quantum physics.
In the collection, Stinson presents light in a new perspective through “a unique photographic technique that captures and translates quantum theory into the visual medium of photography” [source].
Using moiré effects and multiple exposures, Stinson creates art that suggests movement, waves, and vibration.
Stinson also photographs architecture, interiors, portraits, and event photos. Click here to visit his website for more about his background and professional photography.
To see more of Nathan Stinson’s fine art like the art featured in this post, click here.
For more information about the Fine Art Light Works collection, visit the website here.
Garvey Designs has a mission to capture various types of life’s beauty in pictures. From classic cars to nature and flowers, Garvey Designs creates “wall fashion” full of vibrant colors, interesting angles, and artful close-ups that add life to any wall!
At The WorkSpace, the Garvey Designs pieces are reminders that beauty is everywhere. From the bold close-up of succulent plants to the oh-so-cool pieces of vintage autos, the photography highlights each subject in a way that shows an ordinary object in an extraordinary way.
To see more photography by Garvey Designs, click to visit their Facebook page.