Chromatic Water Theory III: Strum

Sound upon sound, wave upon wave, a simple strum of a stringed instrument produces a series of notes that can combine to produce a harmonious chord. Sound is a wave after all, and every wave forms from smaller waves, ripples even, joining each other in a synergy of moving water, liquid chords in the key of H2O.

This painting is another reminder that every song has its roots in water.

This series was created live during the Redwood Coast Music Festival inside the Morris Graves Museum of Art. The overall concept of the series was to explore the connections between music and water, through a set of shared geometric structures. 

Chromatic Water Theory III: Strum

Original Size: 18" x 36"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted: 2017
Series: Chromatic Water Theories

Additional Artwork Information:

Method: Live Art
Location/Event: Redwood Coast Music Festival @ The Morris Graves Museum of Art, Eureka, CA
Date Painted: 04/15/2017
Nonprofit Beneficiary: Morris Graves Museum of Art
Funds Raised: $375

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