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  • Music in the Meadwow

Music in the Meadwow

Tim Lancaster


acrylic on linen with proprietary glazes

42" x 36"

I have long painted to the sounds of Grand Master Riley Lee’s Shakahachi (traditional Japanese bamboo flute) music.

Every painting tells its own story to me the painter – seeking completion like a flowering plant. I worked for several months on this painting. One afternoon as I was trying to fill the sky I was inspired to move gently and delicately to the meditative shakahachi music and the clouds became quite magical.  For days I repeated this dance of laying on thin layers of lightly colored glazes. I feel the lightness of the light on the hills is utterly divine.

This painting is part of my American Tonalism series that were inspired by Rookwood Pottery plaques created in Cincinnati during the early 1900’s.

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