Gearing up for this year’s solo show. I’m doing a lot of graphite on paper works, paintings and will be bringing out the musical stained glass… My working theme for music this year has been drawing the stages of the recording … Continue reading Musica Opening Reception
An incredible journey… MUSIC VISUALIZED IN STAINED GLASS FOR “MYSTIC AND MAJESTIC” CONCERT BY VIRGINIA BRONZE It was a year in the making and an amazing artistic journey! In June of 2016 I began talks with Virginia Bronze on collaborating for their season finale. The concert: Mystical and Majestic would be taking place at the George … Continue reading Britt Conley’s Stained Glass with Interactive Musical Light Experience: a concert with Virginia Bronze!
Was thrilled to be in this year’s Collectors Showcase at the Workhouse Arts Center. Each year I create a work specifically for the show, and this year Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis was my muse. Still working in Blue… … Continue reading Missa Solemnis
Really enjoyed the opening reception, on Thursday, January 5th, 2017, in the Strathmore Mansion at the Strathmore Center for the Arts in North Bethesda. The show, “La Vie en Bleu” features the color blue, itself. The piece that juried in, is titled “Out of the Blue” The receptoin was wonderful and garnered quite the crowd! A phenomenal … Continue reading Strathmore Show : La Vie en Bleu
I just wanted to thank everyone for all your support and for coming out to see the works on March 6th at the Crossroad’s Gallery at Goodwin House. As I said earlier, during my talk, musicians always have a dancing partner. Generally they enjoying creating in groups. Even when practicing alone, they still have the … Continue reading Crossroad’s Gallery at Goodwin House
So I’ve been spending much of my time working on the new show for September. It’s titled, Music as Data. The point is addressing music from when it’s being recorded all the way to once it’s already data and being replayed. This one is about playback. The music is fully data and coming to a … Continue reading Music as Data
Every year we donate one work to the Workhouse Arts Center’s Collector’s Showcase Gala. Oddly, I tend to put in my best work. Last year I put in a fun work that wasn’t my best. I had had the flu for over a week and simply was unable to finish a work for the night. … Continue reading The Tuba Player
On August 8th I had a phenomenal time at the opening for my show at the Workhouse Arts Center. I worked on a series of musical phrasings. All the months it took to get in all the detail worked out really well 🙂 Time allowed for cleaning out the studio and getting everything into frames. … Continue reading Rhapsody in Blue Musical Phrasings
A wonderful man popped by the studio this weekend asking numerous questions about my visualization structures which prompted an immediate delving discussion on sound-shapes, physics, aesthetics and all that we are exploring in common. Before wrapping up, he added that he wasn’t leaving without one of the works. At that point, I realized, I … Continue reading New Show, New Series.
A while back, a friend stopped by and pointed out the importance of keeping some of by best work for myself. If everything goes away, you have nothing left representing your proudest creative moments. Very good point. Despite my attempt to pull out a few works here and there, I find now again a … Continue reading Take Five