This painting will never be for sale, and will forever hang in my studio, for this music is my theme music. I do not think I can call the first movement from a concerto a song.
This artwork is a little over eight feet in length, and uses a style busting disruption of three ten inch wide canvases that are not directly connected to each other.
Here is the first movement from Antonio Vivaldi’s Concerto RV531:
This artwork is as much about building a painting, as it is about painting. I am increasingly spending project time planning, building, solving construction and placement issues of the music, that at this point in this art history, I can say that it is not correct to call this art form acrylic painting, anymore.
Scott Von Holzen