The name of this piece is Moonlight Serenade. Wander on a moonlit night and discover the awesome experience of looking to the sky and seeing the symphony of colors awaiting your discovery. Color and music are art forms related and separate. I hear color, and I see color. Can you hear colors? Sort of like a hum in your heart that makes its way through your veins and races into your imagination.
When I am hearing colors I am sensing a celestial choir sent to expose me to beauty and chaos. The shivering sensation of absolute pleasure courses through me as I absorb the message. I am love and I am in love at the same time. It is all one and the same and we are together and not separate even though the individual is the linchpin of any success.
When I see color I smile in anticipation of delight. I feel as though I am secretly having an affair with my senses. My pleasure is pure and devoted. I am in love and I can’t even see what the world would be like if I was able to disconnect from this wild ride I am on. Where will it go and what would I do if it left without me. Not sure and don’t want to know. For now I am creating in bliss and contentment and I will continue to do so for as long as I can.
I created 3 separate and unique panels and then I fused them together. My intention was to create long vertical pieces that could be hung in a variety of ways. You can mix and match any of these and/or you can have them printed as one very large whole picture. If you have any questions about these images or need assistance with sizing, framing, etc., please contact me, before placing your order, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 3 individual panels are here:
By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest. ~Confucius
- What is Insight? (wheredowecomefromblog.wordpress.com)
- Glenn Miller “Moonlight Serenade” (hirokotokyo.wordpress.com)
- Dj Hodor Is in the Hodor (musingsofamildmanneredman.com)
- KindaChic.com’s Tips for Selecting The Right Colors to Use in Every Room of The Home (prweb.com)