ART FOR BUSINESS – TAILORED ART SERVICES – ART WORKS
My Artistic salad: tailored Art Services for Business
Partnership with: Magazines and Fast Moving Consumer Goods
Branding spaces through my Wabi Sabi Ceramics and Fine art photography
Clay Art laboratories: for children and teens
Clay Esperiential workshop for the Company
Pricing on demand, focused on project.
My Vision: Everyday Poetry
Everyday Poetry is how I see life, I imagine tables full of poetry where we create new happy memories together.
I think that creativity is the most important side of life either in personal life either in professional life. To nurture creativity is part of a live in balance, a life filled with joy.
My Purpose: Wabi Sabi Code for Business, tailored Art Services for companies, hospitals and creative entrepreneurs
The atelier aims to be the reference point of the philosophical aesthetic Wabi Sabi code, the concept that contains all the proposals. Atelier Alice in Wonderland focuses on business its professional art services. From the heart of the Atelier “Art for Business” a number of services that collect this suggestion and want to tell the human dimension, attention to emotions, knowing how to decipher, to use , to narrate , to translate. The hearing is the center, the heart, brought on a professional level as a standard. More than twenty years of experience and the deep attention to the individual make the difference: every purpose is tailored and unique.
Wabi Sabi, Passion, Nonchalant Elegance, Perseverance, Accountability
Wabi Sabi: the japanese philosophical and aesthetic concept of perfectly imperfect beauty;
Passion: as a way of living, of working, always going to the heart of things, with intensity;
Nonchalant Elegance: the kind of elegance that does not need to appear, is in the details, is casual in being sophisticated, knows the rules so well that can ignore them.
Perseverance: a necessary ingredient to achieve what you are looking for, without being content;
Reliability: knowing you can count on it, being a reference point: “It’s up to me”.