In my last post, written a while back before I got seduced by the lovely summer weather, I wrote about how my work gets used for lots of different events around the world.
The most recent one is for the 7th Festival Sinfonico Pereira 2012 in Colombia, South America. I think this poster looks really great! I also promised to show you this years cover for the Peter Caelen series of concerts held in the beautiful castle in the Netherlands so here it is.
The two images make up the front and back of the brochure cover. I'm not sure how to tie them back to back to show the cover as it actually is but I am sure you will get the idea.
My work was also used on a CD cover this summer and for all the promotional materials for the Artists Series concert season at the Opperman Music Hall in Tallahassee, Florida. Very exciting!
The Musical Series have been very successful for me and although the actual people interested in musical works is smaller than the demand for landscape art, there are musicians and music lovers out there who really love the work.
I recently had a very proud father email me to say that they have a budding pianist and that they had bought a reproduction of one of my paintings "Music is the Key" to help inspire him. They made a video, posted it on youtube and sent me a link. You can see it here and see my keyboard painting in the background. It was really fun to receive this.
If you know any music lovers who may be interested in my musical works please help me by passing on the link to my web site. There are also reproductions of some pieces available on the site.
It's not the New Year but I've made a resolution to post more often. Now that the weather is cooling off it will be easier to stay inside and work both on my art and blog. That is the one good thing about living in a place where it gets cold in the winter. It makes for a natural rhythm of working and playing. Summer for play and winter for working. I'm already getting back into stride by creating some new plates for printmaking and looking forward to proof printing them.