Movement And Music Gallery Raymond Andrews

This collection of art pieces gives the feeling of movement in a rhythmical fashion. This several different types of styles represent how the artist appreciated music and the movement one gets from hearing it. They all also show how different music and movement can be for different cultures and times.

Within this painting, the artist depicts flowers covering a scene of a room. The flower seems to be fall down, so this gives the illusion of movement to a stationary artwork. This also gives off a feeling of a song playing in the background. This feeling is totally subjective, like most feelings produced by art.
This painting depicts three beautiful dancers, most likely ballerinas, practicing or performing to the sound of an orchestra. However, one can only assume the orchestra is there since it is not shown. The technique of the brush strokes give the feeling of movement and the dresses are swaying side to side.
In this painting, the artist depicted a woman playing, possible just practicing, a string instrument. This doesn't have much techniques used to give off a feeling of movement, except just by what the subject is doing. We as the views can just assume she is plucking the strings to make music.
This art piece is very similar to one that is earlier in the gallery, for they were done by the same artist a year apart. However this painting depicts four dancers instead of three. The technique is also a bit different as there isn't as strokes to create a sense of movement. The dancer also seem to be more at rest so this could be before or after a performance.
In this painting the artist depicts an orchestra in a surreal way. The feeling that this gives off is that music is very powerful and that one can not resist the urge to move with it. The technique of surrealism helps make the viewer feel that way about the painting.
This painting depicts one of the subjects moving to the beat of the drum that the other subject is playing. The artist used wavy lines in the clothes and hands to show the movement. This is also one of the earliest cases of someone performing the Dab, a very popular dance move in this time period.
This drawing shows the subject playing, the harp or some kind of string instrument, for the animals in the forest. The artist had detail in the drawing but nothing to suggest any kind of movement. Viewers may just assume that the animals move with the music, however assumption is all the viewer can do for the drawing subjects's are stationary.
The artist painted a woman playing a string instrument of some kind. The artist painted the clothes of the subject in a wavy fashion, as if she was walking while playing. Viewers can't see of the hand thats plucking the instrument, so we may assume music is actually being played.
This painting depicts a ballerina getting ready, for a recital of some kind, in a dark area. There is no real feeling of movement or music in this art piece, except more of an anticipating feeling of a really nervous dancer having a performance of a life time. The nervous dancer assumption comes from how the artist used contrast to separate the dancer from her surrounding, making it seem see is alone and scared.
This photograph depicts a running subject with light attached. These lights are then captured in a stream of wavy lines connected to there source. The photo reminds me of a modern music setting, like DJ's and club atmosphere. The electronic music uses lights to enhance the experience of the listener.
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