The Constructive Healing
Cycle & Signature Flow
The connection between art and productivity and how the 5 fundamental elements of Nature can bring balance and healing to your space.
What is Constructive Healing Cycle
and how does it apply to my business?
Life is experienced at its fullest when passion is married to purpose. It occurs when we connect growth, excitement, stability, richness, and power. These ideologies are the manifestations of the 5 fundamental elements of Nature - Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water.
The Constructive Healing Cycle connects these elements in the perfect configuration to create our Signature Flow and to bring the same balance, support, and harmony to our lives as they do in the natural world.
The Elements of Nature in Fine Art
Shape: Round, Domed, Arched, Oval
Color: White, Gold, Silver
Materials: Stainless Steel, Brass, Silver, Bronze, Copper
Meaning: Rich, Solid, Leadership, Organization
Shape: Irregular, Curved, Fluid, Wavy
Color: Black, Blue
Material: Glass, Water
Meaning: Depth, Power, Flexibility, Tranquility
Shape: Rectangular, Tall, Vertical
Color: Green, Brown
Material: Wood, Bamboo, Paper
Meaning: Life, Growth, Vitality
Shape: Pointed, Serrated, Triangular, Diamond
Color: Red, Orange
Meaning: Excitement, Passion
Shape: Squatty, Low, Flat, Wide, Horizontal
Color: Yellow, Brown
Materials: Clay, Ceramics, Plaster, Natural Fibers, Stone
Meaning: Comfort, Security
What is Signature Flow
and what are its benefits?
Noyes Art Designs is well versed in Evidence Based Design principles in healthcare design. The same research has validity in work spaces, hospitality, higher education and multifamily dwellings. Art is the final component that pulls together all other design elements, and by doing so, it produces an environment of healing and effectiveness.
The firm’s design work is done with intent in both the selection and placement of art to establish its signature flow, creating the same harmony in the project that is found in nature in it most balanced state. It is something that is not always understood, but is intuitively felt.