Positive Distraction. Art can provide positive distractions in healthcare facilities, mitigate perceived waiting time, reduce stressful thoughts, and improving patient satisfaction. Nature-inspired art placed in the viewing range of the patient can elicit positive feelings, hold attention and interest, and may have a positive effect on the medical outcomes of patients.
Our artworks’ intent is to enhance the physical space and create positive effects in interiors: creating healing architecture via artwork. Art, such as these back-lit, grand-format solutions achieve a welcoming environment for workers and visitors throughout the facility. The art could also be installed as a translucent privacy screen to a neighboring space. Our effective nature-inspired themes include inviting photographic landscapes, calming waterscapes, abundant vegetation, such as trees, canopies, and flowers.
These soothing, nature-inspired grasses bring the outdoors inside. Through our art, we support interior design solutions to achieve a welcoming therapeutic environment for patients & healthcare providers throughout the facility and create more calming healthcare spaces.
Friends ask: "How did you make this?" For works in my art-series "Divine" I photographed objects in a studio setting and combined them with architectural photography from a trip that took me to Istanbul, Turkey. Then, letting creativity flow, I composed those parts into a colorful abstract "digital painting" for beautiful art prints.
Theses creations by Petra Trimmel in bold blue and sunny yellow are part of a series of umbrellas playfully floating up into the sky, inspired by stories, like fantasy-filled fairy-tales. Bright colors promise a fun day. Create an uplifting grouping in your space with these works. Art prints up to 45 x 60 inches.
Artworks from the art-series TOPO are made of delicate shapes, lines and layers, in contrast-rich black and white. The composition creates modern, yet elegant look in your space, inspired by an aerial view onto a city's streets and blocks of neighborhoods. Art prints up to 60 x 45 inches and larger upon request.
abstracted interpretations of modern city settings
Art-series MINIMAL celebrates colors and delicate details. Lines, shapes and patterns create a uniquely modern design. Look for more art in this style to create geometry-inspired art-groupings in your space. These artworks print up to 19 feet wide.
The geometric shapes in these abstract artworks are beautifully layered to create a calm, balanced look. Soft gold exudes a warm glow. Elegance in a contrast-rich, minimalist way.
Artworks from the Cubic series are full of dynamic shapes and popping colors, for an engaging, modern look in your space. Art prints up to 19 feet (6m) wide. Find more works in this style to create art-groupings in your space.
Harbor_4609 by Petra Trimmel was inspired by a sunny day, with colorful sailboats, anchored in calm waters. A tempting invitation for a fun afternoon on the Bay, a visit to a nearby island or out into the ocean. This piece, printed at 96 inches tall, is finding a home in Florida.
Encountering Montgomery’s paintings is like staring out across the fog-covered Pacific and seeing the Channel Islands revealed as the ocean mist lifts on a sunny Santa Barbara day. Gazing westward, we know the islands are there, even when they are obscured by haze. Contemplating Montgomery’s art, we know the poetry is there, but the elegant erasures and ellipses force us to look further, to look deeper, to look within, in order to perceive the shifting strata of meaning." Betty Ann Brown, Art Critic
I founded Petra Trimmel's Art-Y-Sana for the interior-design-focused art space. Art-Y-Sana is a venue for artists' work to be found. Via this art portal we blog about new art, our latest art installations, exhibitions and happenings in our art studios.