8.00" x 8.00"
13.50" x 13.50"
Prelude in b minor Framed Print
by Gina Harrison
Prelude in b minor by Gina Harrison - 8" x 8"
Archival Matte Paper
CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)
1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting
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PRELUDE IN b MINOR. 2019. Chopin's b minor prelude, from the set of 24 Preludes, Opus 28 is a short work many intermediate piano students learn. The... more
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PRELUDE IN b MINOR. 2019. Chopin's b minor prelude, from the set of 24 Preludes, Opus 28 is a short work many intermediate piano students learn. The left hand melody is described as cello-like, and the repeating b in the right hand is sometimes referred to as a tolling bell. But I always associate this piece with a melancholy, rainy twilight. [Hold the pedal at the end as Chopin wrote it, so the tones and dissonances shimmer together in puddles and mist.]
Featured—FAA Group, Best of Minimalism. 9.7.19
About Gina Harrison
Gina Harrison is a NC artist, graphic designer, and arts ed advocate. She received her BFA in studio art, with an emphasis in printmaking, from UNC-Chapel Hill. Her recent work has been exhibited in Pittsboro, Durham, Cary, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Wilmington, NC. She served as president of the Chatham Artists Guild from 2021 through 2022. She is past president of the Chatham Arts Council and currently serves as a board member of Arts NC, the statewide advocacy organization for the arts. Harrison received a 2010 Friend of the Arts Award from the NC Art Education Association and received the 2018 Music Ed Advocate Award from the NC Music Education Association. “As both an artist and musician, I'm interested in process. I use my...
Congratulations! This simple and essential image has been selected by group members as a Featured Image in the Best of Minimalism group.
It is evocative of the electronic depiction of audio in many ways - and the natural world as well. This is a pod choice for me in the Best of Minimalism group.
I can only agree with Nancy and VIVA, A glorious creation, Gina.
Gina, so beautiful your erudite description...the discord is melodic too, b/c of Chopin's ear,his unique balance...and so,too,your beautiful misty 'expression'....compliments,fv...VIVA
Gina Harrison replied:
Hi VIVA, Thanks much! Glad you like.
Nancy Kane Chapman
I paint to music and especially Chopin puts me in a great mood. Thanks for this beautiful imagine, Gina. I really love the feeling! F/L+++
Gina Harrison replied:
Thanks for taking the time to comment Nancy!