About Audio Sparks For Art
Welcome! to the Audio Sparks for Art Music for Art blog. We are all about music for animal art this month. I think you will find the featured music with Blue Rock Fish and Yellow Fins to be particularly evocative of the underwater fish world. Of course I hope our blog narratives deepen your appreciation of the art! Be in touch! - Lolita
Music for Art Animates Imagery
Artist Donna Shaffer captures the silent motion of blue rockfish in her underwater painting. There is just enough illumination of fish and water to reveal subtle energy in this marine life scene.
Music for Art Adds Ambience
Even as rich piano chords gently punctuate the percussive groove, so do elements in our new ecosystem present gently. First, a swaying bit of seaweed brushes the leg. From below, bright patches of color reveal themselves as starfish, arms outstretched, ready to embrace. The audio’s marimba becomes more active and heralds the main event.
Browse art genres and subjects at the Audio Sparks for Art galleries portal. In the galleries:
two baboons confront in a teeth bared attack and a terrified leap
large yellow and cream wings, fringed with pink, adorn this clouded sulphur butterfly, resting on a lilac bush
A mosaic of green scales, the snake head, embeds a wild and malicious eye, orange and black.
Discover showcased artists and composers. Inspire an Audio Sparks for art music for art collaboration.
The Chris Mackie artist portfolio features abstract portraits of pop icons such as Andy Warhol, Jimi Hendrix and Jim Morrison.
Monsters and abstracts form the portfolio of Pittsburgh’s airbrush master, artist John Shook.
tonal landscapes and audio abstracts by composer Mark Ratridge.
composer Behnam Zandi offers cinematic, theatre, chillout, and acoustic tracks.
Composer Centrist offers up metal, classical, techno and fusion tracks.
colorful harmonies and cinematic genre by composer Dan Goldstein.