This week’s art is a piece I did a couple of weeks ago while listening to some Mose Allison. It’s an exercise in color composition and the illusion of movement, evoking the essence of music.
Yes, I painted about music. It’s not that much different than writing about theater.
The end result looked like it belonged on a 1950s-era jazz album LP cover, perhaps by Dave Brubeck or Oscar Peterson, or more realistically some fourth-rate imitator of those guys. It’s called “Jazz Crowd.” Click the image to see it bigger.