I have finished the artwork for the music, Where have all the Flowers Gone. I am going with a short title of, Flowers because the words on the artwork say it all. I want to explain why my little circles of music are all white. They are that way because the flowers are all missing from the artwork. That should then be a convincing incentive for the Pablo center to have a local florist create an arrangement of flowers to display with the artwork. The floral and art reception is March 18th through the 22nd.
I am thinking that I heard this 1962 version on the radio sung by Peter Paul and Mary:
Although I have finished this artwork, the audio addition is not. I am waiting for parts. Once done, I will post a video.
There are two things different with this artwork that most viewers will miss. The most important change is that the stems are flat but wide. The extra width of the stems allows me to better adhere them to the frame. Also, the shorter stem height makes them less vulnerable to be twisted loose when being carried or shipped to an exhibition. Of lesser importance, on the top section, the second and the fifth stems have no connection to their extensions. I like this idea and plan to carry this forward from now on. I also taped all the stems for each section together. This allowed me to paint images across multiple stems, before mounting them.
Scott Von Holzen