"notes- i was inspired while listening to this song (Wrapped in Piano Strings by Radical Face - see it here and be inspired http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iKGsvi6wm0 )
i kinda felt the notes translated into colors of violet, brown, orange and red." Download the whole painting and stare at it while listening to the music and feel the magic
Oils on Canvass / Wet on Wet / Rembrandt and winsor and newton paints used / raphael #12 squirell's hair brush #2 and #1 raphael sable brush
( dont know wet on wet? look here "Wet-on-wet is a painting technique in which layers of wet paint are applied to previous layers of wet paint. This technique requires a fast way of working, because the art work has to be finished before the first layers have dried.
Wet-on-wet painting goes right back to the origins of oil painting, and was used by several of the best Early Netherlandish painters in parts of their pictures, such as Jan van Eyck in the Arnolfini portrait, and Rogier van der Weyden. In traditional painting methods new layers were applied to most parts of a painting only after allowing the previous layer to completely dry. This drying process could vary from several days to several weeks, depending on the thickness of the layer.
Since the mid-19th century the use of commercially produced pigments in portable tubes has facilitated rapid and on-the-spot painting. Impressionists like Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh, realists like John Singer Sargent, Robert Henri and George Bellows, and the Abstract Expressionist Willem de Kooning have each in different ways exploited the potential for fluid energy in the application of oil paints." )