A work of art can say a lot about a person. In most cases, it initiates a conversation about who the artist is and raises questions such as: what were his motivations while creating or where did his inspiration lie? My approach to art is as much an inner journey as a discovery of who it is made for.
At the Voyager’s Workshop, I make art for you, about you. Let me explain what it is about:
Does the word artefact mean anything to you? An artefact - or artifact - is an object shaped by human workmanship, typically an item of cultural or historical interest. It tells a story. It is a tribute to a specific event, person or moment in time.
What I am proposing is to create a piece of art that is relevant to you. Something to remember yourself or others by. I design logos, symbols and images that celebrate a person, a family, an occasion or a happening. I create maps that depict the region where you grew up or the places you visited during your travels. I paint decorations that illustrate your story or one that means something to you.
These are just a few examples of what my one-man workshop has in store. To get a better idea of what is possible, I invite you to browse through the different adventures you could possibly embark on. They are as follows:
Finally, there is the Epic Mountain Pass. Once you reach the peak, you will realise the view is unmatched. This is the place where celebrations of epic proportions take place, in the shape of painted sceneries. They are committed to wood panels to be hung on the walls of your home, or mansion.
If you are still not convinced, have a read through this short introductory story about me and my work. I hope to hear from you soon.
Wouter F. Goedkoop