Installing Creative Productivity into Places of Work
Posted on October 26 2018
People can spend a large portion of their lives at an office or workspace. That's one reason I do not shy away from working with companies to help create amazing places for people to work, create and make a living. Art and design can create an inspiring place that you look forward to going to. A place you should be happy to go to. Artists, designers and curators can elevate our environments to encourage productive and fulfilling lives.
Lean on them. Lean on me.
Here are a few samples of my past projects in offices and work spaces with some details of the projects below each picture.
Flourish Mural Process Painting + Alone with My Thoughts Painting Curation 48 x 72 Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
Flourish Mural Process Painting + Alone with My Thoughts Painting Curation 48 x 72 Acrylic on Stretched Canvas + Painting Center by Mike Jackson
Black Rose Painting • Acrylic on Cardboard • 48" x 46.5"
From the Future
From the Future Agency • 60" x 60" • Spray Paint + Color changing paint on wood panel
From the Future Agency 60" x 60" Spray Paint + Color changing paint on wood panel process video
Photo by: Nicole Arasim
- RJ Metrics
- Commissioned by Dan Gummel
- Curated and directed by Zach Kozac
- Read all about the making of this mural in this original post.
Signs of Solidarity Light Installation
Art Curation and Installations
Information in captions underneath photos
Left: White Rose 38" x 40" Acrylic and Gold on Cardboard • Center: Alone with my Thoughts 48" x 72" Acrylic on Canvas • Right: Figure Painting 32.5" x 44.5" Acrylic and Oil on Cardboard
Concrete wall at Indy Hall for Full Bonkers Show in 2016 work by Sean Martorana and Will Stallwood and Dain Saint with Cipher Prime Studios
Window Installation • Indy Hall daytime and backlit nighttime treatment • Indy Hall • Door painting by Kelsey Stoler
Ballerina on construction next door to Indy Hall
Whiteboard Frame at Indy Hall • Watch the making of this here.
- Mural and commissioned spirit animal portraits.
- Read a quick write up about the project here.
Animal Portraits all framed watercolor and Ink on board • 11" x 14"
Corvus Massacre • Temporary installation • 72" x 51" Acrylic on unstretched canvas