Monday, October 3, 2016

In Focus: Music

Music comes in many forms. With today’s growing list of genres and popular new albums accompanied by short films, that comes as no surprise.  We find that transition between mediums fascinating. We’ve seen artists like Georgia O’Keeffe discover new ways to imitate music through art with Blue and Green Music. On the other end of the spectrum, we have experienced that which is born of physical components become vessels of harmony, especially with our assortment of glass wind chimes.

If you’re looking for an illuminating journey down memory lane with a music legend or wanting to create a harmonious space in sync with nature, we have you covered with not-so-obvious musical objects that promise tranquility and beauty.

Glass Wind Chimes: Multicolor | Earthtone | Blue & Green
The story of these chimes is music to the ears. Made from recycled glass wine bottles, they add beauty to your home and benefit the environment.  Soothing shades of colors will brighten any space or mood. Click here for more information or to purchase.

Few male stars in any medium carried a visual punch like Frank Sinatra. Photographs capture not only his ineffable sense of style, but also his aura of vulnerability, intensity, sexuality, and charm. Sinatra: The Photographs focuses on the decades after the war, when he towered over the American entertainment landscape. These were the years of the Rat Pack and Las Vegas, socializing with Jack Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe, and making music with Nelson Riddle, Count Basie, and Quincy Jones.  Click here for more information or to purchase.

A portrayal of strength, grace and elegance; this iron sculpture captures beauty in one pose.  Inspired by Edgar Degas' (French, 1834-1917) Spanish Dance, our sculpture is generously sized and bronze colored. Click here for more information or to purchase.

Known for her large scale compositions and hypnotizing interpretations of natural forms, Georgia O'Keeffe (American, 1887-1986) has left a lasting impact on the art community.  In Blue and Green Music, 1919/21, O'Keeffe captivates with this spiritual study of art imitating sound.  Our reproduction captures the vibrant colors and organic movement of the original. Click here for more information or to purchase.

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