oil on paper, 4 x 9 1/2″
worked on some small panels today (to finish a diptych that will most likely end up in the foot in the door show at the mia this coming month). in the process, i ended up with an alternative bottom panel, so i thought i would post it here.
our windows have fogged, iced and melted throughout the winter thanks to our radiators giving off moisture. as a result, the light coming through can be quite impressive.
i believe its still okay to find a sunset beautiful.
lately i have been working on putting out a self-released full length album of recent musical works. i am still working out the title, physical packaging and a final track listing, but a preview of what i have so far can be listened to here
all sounds: acoustic guitar, violin, harmonica, melodica, shruti box, toy piano, field recordings, electronics, computer and other objects.
improvised acoustic guitar played into a prepared lloopp environment, recorded in real time.
photographs taken during a winter walk as clouds bringing snow began to break and pass.
all sounds collected from a contact microphone on the surface of a window.
photograph is of evening light coming through condensation collected on the window.
slow loop for eight degrees fahrenheit. consisting of acoustic guitar, violin and other small objects.
photograph taken close to sunset.