I like your art. Thank you for sharing it with me. It would be inspiring to know if there was a way to perform live music in real time together with you performing your visual art live in real time as a live multimedia performance.
As Always Marta, your images and unique and inspirational. I wish I could work faster just to have your images on my CD covers. Regretfully I haven`t had time to start my 2nd CD, but I hope to start after this big band project. Also, I still haven`t about our venture. I will keep trying for us.... Keep the creative flow going!!! You are the best.... Thanks so much for sharing.... Peace, Imani Z!
Checked out some of your images...unique and different! Love the colors and shapes that, at times, can be interpreted by individual perception. Also love the way they move in their stillness! Check out the new music player on my profile and my Cd "Mike's Place"!
Hola!!!que gusto encontrarte por aqui!!!yo soy de Concordia ,Entre Rios!!me encanto tu trabajo , muchisimo!!y coincido con vos ,que tiene mucha afinidad con las expresiones jazzeras, creo sobre todo lo que ellos llaman NU-jazz!!te mande la request para hacer contacto!!!chau nos estamos viendo!!!
Hello Marta...ran across your art on Jazz Network...Excellent...I just started doing digital art last fall and am addicted ...also use my finger as brush/pencil...have been exploring different techniques...I'm a singer, sculptor, wearable art designer, composer...my youngest son just spent a month in Argentina...week or so in Buenos Aires...sent me a card of the art district there. I just joined the network...Enjoy your work...Diane Linscott
hi marta , thanks for your comment , the reason of this piece is exactly what you describing :-) , music is whatever you think , combining all influences , jazz , rock , classic and a lot of fantasy , creativity , it is composed by marc yeats .
strange muisc for a very strange world .
Thanks for checking out the tunes sis', I'm glad you like them...Imani told me about the jazznetwork and while I was revisiting his site, I saw you there and thought I would see what you are about, glad I did :-) I am very interested in art, my daughter drew my profile mug shot....Blessings from canada.
The Jazz Network is exactly what the title suggests, a place where you get to mix and mingle with those who have not only an appreciation for Jazz but a forum to hear new up and coming artists as well. I've hooked up with so many of my old friends that I've lost contact with over the years here and it's been a great place to meet folk, appreciate good music and Musicianship. What an incredible idea!!
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