This is the final image of my second Bach Minuet on canvas. Both Minuet artworks share attributes in size, colors, design, and the interesting scratch technique. This artwork improves on the what the earlier Menuet figured out through trial and errors. Now for an interesting challenge. I will not stretch either of these works. That means I will have issues to solve, including how I will hang these artworks. Since I have musical arrangements for each of these Minuets, how am I going to attach the speakers, amplifier and switches. Finally, since this art rarely sells, how will I safely store these artworks? Hum?
I dropped my interactive, constructive sculpture style because of the move to my current small office studio. I am not happy painting artworks on canvas, which I see as one-dimensional. Music is my subject and portraying it works best in three dimensions. I do not have the option to return to my preferred multi-dimensional art style. That means I have been using shading and contrast to create a fake looking two-dimensional musical artworks on canvas. To finish these two canvas works, I will add the music, which will take time. Hopefully, I will use the next few days to figure out how I will keep on keeping on, moving ahead.
Scott Von Holzen