Artwork Description

FADE
The pure skill and control of a musician who is architecting every nuance of melody is captured in these lines. Crescendo, decrescendo, faster, slower, give and take, waterfalling down a run of scales, building, expanding, developing emotion, until that final note, held long, lingering through a perfect fade.
And the audience sits, mesmerised, unable to move in the moment of shimmering silence that follows, souls held spellbound.
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Features dusty coral, pale pink, grey greens, galaxy blue and greys. Painted with acrylics on art paper with lots of beautiful shapes.

'Jazz Lines’ series is an exploration of the soulful nature of jazz. Curvaceous bold lines represent the underlying structured nature of jazz. But like jazz music, the simplest sections can hold the most complex of chords, single notes falling and merging into the next, easing through twists and turns with a sensuous beauty. Bone melting vibrato tugs at heart strings and evokes emotions long locked away, melting together in the layered complexities that is Jazz. These pieces are painted on large art paper, and designed to showcases the strong movement, relying on shape and colour to paint the music. Subtle perspective shifts draw you in as you engage with the works over time.

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Medium

Acrylic paint and Watercolour on 300gsm Watercolour Art Paper (70x100cm), unframed

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Unframed (requires framing)

This artwork is unframed and requires framing.

Melinda Katotriatis

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