Listen to music to accompany my artwork on display at Rowan University Art Gallery from March 23-May 9 and the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival from June 14-21, including Glenn Gould playing Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, Jeno Jando playing Bartók’s Mikrokosmos, and Yo-Yo Ma playing Bach’s first Cello Suite.
In June, you’ll be able to catch my artwork as part of the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival. As an occasional singer in the Festival, I’m looking forward to being involved this year on the visual art side. Should be the perfect pairing of artwork and music! Be sure to come out on Sunday, June 14 for a presentation at 2:00pm that explains more about my process and looks at other forms of untraditional music
I’m thrilled to announce that for the first time, all of my Bach Project artwork will be on display together in one place! Fellow artist Gerard Brown and I are exhibiting a variety of works related to translation and color-based communication at Rowan University. The show will include my 24 Preludes from Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, 24 of the movements from Bartok’s Mikrokosmos, the first Bach Cell
Prelude No. 19 has been up at Bridgette Mayer Gallery this month. I stopped by the other week for a FringeArts show — a dancer and 2 musicians responding improvisationally to the artwork on display — and enjoyed overhearing several audience-goers talking about my work. “Why do you think this is here?” (pointing to a particular pattern) “Maybe the colors are each a note and the boxes are rhythms.R
Be sure to stop by Bridgette Mayer Gallery on Friday, September 5, 2014. Prelude No. 19 is up for grabs (in a 10″ square format) and proceeds will benefit BalletX. [details here] Prelude in A Major (blue-violet), No. 19