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The Sound of Painting part 2

Posted by Froyle Neideck on July 16, 2014 at 10:08pm 0 Comments

The first time I exhibited Soundscapes I had 5 paintings with sound. From all different musicians, in different styles created specifically for each individual painting. I was exhibiting in a public space at a marina, with the general public wondering in. Most people were impacted by the painting and sound and what I found was that they could receive a greater appreciation of the art when they were literally tied to it for 3 minutes! They really 'saw' the painting and as the music resounded…

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The Sound of Painting

Posted by Froyle Neideck on July 16, 2014 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

I have been painting from the inspiration of music for more than 10 years.  I have painted live in worship, at church as well as in my own studio. I just love to interpret the emotion of sound with colour and texture and often my paintings are the exception of a visual colour melody. The application is spontaneous, in response to the worship and the unction of the Holy Spirit.

Then I asked the question, can a musician create in response to my painting? What would it sound like to…

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The Artist as a Pilgrim

Posted by D S Reif on June 25, 2014 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Together with my wife we have been working artists since 1981. During that time we have made attempts to connect with local churches. These attempts have ended in frustration and ultimately failure.

Perhaps at some point this situation may change but for now the whole enterprise of explaining an…

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