J. S. Bach’s Chaconne is a small work, under three feet, but is turning out to be a time-consuming artwork. I have mentioned the advantages of smaller artworks, and have created them when needed, but only recently have I known the real need to limit the artwork’s size.
Smallness become the guiding rule as this art evolved from applying acrylic paint to canvas, to applying acrylic to canvas and then attaching the music as wooden pieces of sculpture on and off of the canvas. By adding this unconstrained extra dimension the amount of extra time needed to completion has greatly increased. Smallness to save time has become a practical necessity.
Here is a video of Chaconne played beautifully on the guitar by John Feeley:
Scott Von Holzen