"One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain." - Bob Marley
Music is one of the great delights of life; it is like art, freedom of expression. Music and art go hand in hand, both stimulate the senses in ways nothing else can, causing us to feel a vast range of different emotions.
Irina Basalik el Houri uses surrealism in her work. In 'Harp' and 'Chello Dreams' she uses the human form to create the instruments giving the artwork a dream like feel.
Richard Young uses dance in his portrayal of music, exploring the link between the two, in 'The Intensity of Flamenco' he uses a player and a dancer and in 'Tranquil Cellist' he shows us how one can get lost in their own music, dancing to their own rhythm.
Andrei Deryagin artwork, 'Mozart' is an imaginative piece, he is giving us what appears to be an insight into the mind of Mozart, with many different instruments being played with people dancing and singing.
|Lets bring music into life|
|40.5 by 50.8cm. (16.2' x 20.32') |
|ink pen on cardboard|
|by Jaroslaw Ancuta - more artworks, artist's CV|
|Jazz at The Book Room|
|53 by 67cm. (21.2' x 26.8') |
|Acrylic on Gesso paper|
|by Anthony Barrow - more artworks, artist's CV|
|Drum solo |
|30 by 30cm. (12' x 12') |
|oil on canvas- sold but avilable as a print -signed and numbered |
|by Mary Cahalan - more artworks, artist's CV|
|The great conductor|
|60 by 84cm. (24' x 33.6') |
|Acrylic reverse painting on safety glass|
|by Georg Heider - more artworks, artist's CV|