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New Year Bachfest

Solstice mantle.jpg

 

 

Around the time of the Year Turning, between Solstice, January first and my birthday, I light candles, review accomplishments, deepen friendships and plan for the future.

The planning for the future portion always brings me back to my collection of forty-eight Chaconne Series thumbnail sketches, only three inches square each, folded together into cycles of twelve, so I can more easily follow the transitions between individual drawings. I unfold the sections of twelve thumbnails into a big block on my studio floor so I can study the whole sequence together.

Champagne on Table

After many months of research, design, and inevitable delays, my new website is finally finished.

As you can see from the photo above, a delicious celebration is being planned for those involved in its creation.  My thanks to Linda Campbell of Campbell Design for the elegant page design and good-natured coordination of a myriad of tedious details, and to audio/technical whiz David Bilides for helping with stubborn coding issues and posting the musical excerpts on the “About Bach’s Chaconne” page. I think you will enjoy this site’s unusual and striking combination of visual and musical artistry.

I just do the art and by comparison, my job is easy.

I have been saving this bottle for just the right time, and that time would be…now!

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