Why Your Art Studio or Classroom Can Benefit from Full Spectrum or Natural Lighting
You may have heard a lot about full spectrum or natural lighting. It seems that we’re always trying to build a better “something”, whether it is a mouse trap or a light bulb – and finally we have. Full spectrum lighting or natural lighting is the closest that you can get to illuminating your space with natural light – short of adding more windows. Natural lighting and full spectrum lighting are equivalent in most instances to having natural light in the interior of your space – which can make creating beautiful works of art easier. After all, if your studio is in the basement or other dark, formidable space, you likely can’t really get the full visual grasp of your artwork like you could if you were creating it in the open air, outside.
Full spectrum or natural lighting will help to improve your visual clarity and your color perception. And as an added bonus, studies have shown that using natural lighting (like being exposed to sunlight) just makes you feel better – cheerier, happier, and more creative!