This is the last blog image of J.S. Bach’s minuet In B minor (From Orchestral Suite No. 2) This has been a very long and drawn out project that started on April 21st. I am still working on a 5 volt DC adapted update for this artwork so that the music need not rely on batteries. This artwork is the first that will allow the user to shut off not only battery power but also the DC adaptor, if used instead. After finishing that upgrade, I will then date and sign the work.
I have entered this artwork in the upcoming art exhibition that is one of the best local shows. This is part of the application:
“Confluence of Art Annual
Juried Art Exhibition Featuring Recent Works
September 18-November 15, 2020
Application deadline: 10am on June 22, 2020
CALL TO ARTISTS
CONFLUENCE OF ART ANNUAL is a juried art exhibit that seeks recent, original works by artists of all visual mediums. The following awards are selected by the juror:
Best of Show: $500
First Place: $250
Second Place: $150
Third Place: $100
A VIRTUAL EXHIBIT OF THE CONFLUENCE OF ART ANNUAL WILL BE CREATED ON OUR WEBSITE. A SOLELY VIRTUAL EXHIBIT OPTION IS POSSIBLE DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. In the case that Pablo Center cannot safely open to the public, determined by the CDC, Badger Bounce Back Timeline, our Board of Directors, and Pablo Center staff, we will move the Confluence of Art Annual to be solely a virtual gallery on our website, pablocenter.org. In this case, we will use the images that have been submitted through the application process.”
If I am reading this right, the Art exhibition may be open to visitors. If not, I dread a “virtual showing.” This artwork needs to be seen to be believed. Here is one of the videos I sent in along with my twenty dollar application fee (pay to play). This video tries to explain my artistic style.
Scott von Holzen