Touch of the Maestro-Set of Three Blank Greeting Cards from Shedd Park Concert Live-Art

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Touch of the Maestro-Set of Three Blank Greeting Cards from Shedd Park Concert Live-Art

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Purchase three blank greeting cards made from the one of a kind live-art by Jeffrey Lipsky at our Lowell Philharmonic Shedd Park Concert entitled “Touch of the Maestro”. Each blank greeting card measures 5 by 7 and comes with a matching envelope.

Cards will be mailed 2-3 weeks after the Shedd Park concert.

Jeffrey when asked to explain a bit more about his thought process and what inspired his painting stated “I make abstract narrative artworks inspired by music, special events and people. My latest creation, "Touch of the Maestro" was created on 7/8/19 at the Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra's performance at Shedd Park in Lowell MA. It is an Acrylic Painting on 30 x 40 inch Canvas and limited edition prints and greeting cards are being made from it. The painting is photographed in different levels of completion, which helps people see how I work and where certain images come from. The imagery is constantly changing and layers build on top of each other. It was inspired by the following music performed by the LPO: String Quartet No. 12 by Hamilton, Fanfare for the Common Man by Copland, Dvorak String Quartet Opus 96 and Theme from Jurassic Park by John Williams.

My hands and brushes dance on the canvas and imitate the actions of the orchestra and conductor.  Most notably the movement of the cello and violin bows. The white parts symbolize bone and skulls of dinosaurs. The greens represent the nature surrounding Shedd Park's pavilion.  The big white flowers represent the blasts from the horn sections. The center area refers to the poem performed by Rita Mercier. Overall, the composition moves from greens on the left to reds on the right. This symbolizes the stop and go action of playing a musical instrument. Also, the color scheme of red, whites and blues refers to the patriotic nature of the event, which commemorates the 4th of July celebrations.”

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