Thursday, January 17, 2008

Workshop painting


3 hours from Jeremy's class two nights ago. Work has gotten quite busy so sorry about tardy updates~ ^___^
Anyone has Erik Satie's whole collection...? is it worth getting? or just the "Best of"s...?

sw

10 comments:

david said...

Hi there. I lurk on your blog since I've been a fan of your work since you were posting on conceptart.org, where I used to hang out a lot. Great stuff, I'm always glad when I find a new post. Keep up the amazing work!!

My wife knows a good bit about Satie, so I sent her the question you asked, and here's what she said:

"better to get his piano works than his orchestral works. i think the piano works are better overall. some of the orchestral works get into some real 20th century distracting weirdness. i don't like the selections they chose for his "best of" cd and the complete piano works set didn't get as good a review as some of the other piano cds.

his gymnopedies and gnossiennes are some of his best piano works (imho) and not to be missed. also sports and divertissements is a fun listen. the valses and nocturnes are nice too. all of that is very conducive to background music while working on art. :)

there is a piano works cd with all of that plus a lot more (some of which i have heard and some i haven't) that got good reviews. and i recognize the pianist. it's a lot of bang for your buck.

Satie: Piano Works
Erik Satie (Composer), Aldo Ciccolini (Performer)
"


Hope that's useful...now that she wrote all that I'm going to have to get some satie for while I'm painting, too!

Skylark- said...

Nice painting - I dig the bold strokes and the colors...

Coincidently, I have the Ciccolini piano music record - I'm a big fan of the Gymnopedies because it's mellow and minimalistic and mysterious - the rest is weirder and funkier, but kind of fun and cool - nice playing...

elephantmarchblog said...

white gloves: very sexy. Great, bold painting

Izzy Medrano said...

Lovely values Shellybot!

Chris Sears said...

i like the way you've handled the colors in this. can see the influence of lipking too. nice job!

luky said...

Woow what a fantastic work! wonderful painting , nice colors, very sensitive!Good job Shelly!
( a french fan;))

THE SIR said...

hey shelly,

i found this blog through shannon tindle and i must say that i'm blown away by the quality stuff here. i will continue to keep looking forward to you postings. take care.

SIM-R said...

Beautiful . Really like the blocks of colour and light.

Cheers .

shellywan said...

oh darn, where are my manners!!

Thank you so much David! and please give my warmest regard to your wife too! thank you for the help! :)
and thank you Skylark~

sw

Davi Blight said...

Truly wonderful works Shelly.


big fan,
davi