The music series continues. Five semi-realistic female figures will pale to blue-white skin perform. Four instruments are visible. One stairs straight ahead, eyes misaligned,another has eyes that are mere slits, two are in profile, three straight on, one wears what appears to be a glove, legs mingle, some disappear, arms there and not there.
Xylophone player at the Palau de la Musica, Valencia, Spain. Fun house floor suggests a departure from every day reality, meeting with the muse, traveling to the realm of creativity.
Comments from my Facebook timeline July 24, 2016
Marti: Loved it Gary!
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Carol: I love the energy.
Patricia: The combination treatments of floor patterns are interesting
Part of the Palau de la Music Series. Muses prepare the stage and the instruments for the performance so musicians step into the realm of creativity.
The paintings and drawings in this video slide show were done at Palau de la Musica, Valencia. They explore the state of mind we experience as music transports us to a semi dream-like state. The paintings and drawings in this video slide show were done at Palau de la Musica, Valencia. They explore the state of mind we experience as music transports us to a semi dream-like state. The music is Arco de Noe by Oscar Navarro, a Valencian composer. He was in the audience the day we heard this piece.
These are my latest pen and ink drawings done at the Palau de la Musica in Valencia, Spain.
Another in the series of paintings based on drawings done at the Palau de la Musica in Valencia, Spain. The audience waits expectantly as the musicians arrive. Valencia has a long and powerful tradition of symphonic bands and offer many free concerts each year. This is a smaller hall and here you can listen to more traditional music.
Music enchants us, the dance, the singing, the skill, the magic. It transports the listener to their own land of fantasies. Dancers, singers, or something entirely unrelated can accompany our immersion in the tones. This painting is an exploration of that dream state.
A continuation of my music related series. This is more realistic than some of my music paintings as the subject and presentation seem more suited to this style than an expressionistic approach given the importance of the hands.
The dancing couple is Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, the two singers include friend Shena and her co-singer Lindsay in a San Francisco group.
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¡Que hermosa obra, Gary!
So wonderful love it!
Romantic and meaningful!