Acrylic on gessoed board
42" x 42" (107cm x 107cm)
Limited Edition Print available
Giclee print (archival quality inks on archival grade fine art paper) 15" x 15": edition of 50 copies.
Print only: £125 incl p&p UK. (For outside the UK please contact the Studio.)
A signed ltd edition full colour brochure including a CD is included with this purchase.
Listen to CURVED LIGHT
Its good to bend the rule of light travelling in straight lines isn’t it This is the visual arts taking the upper hand and me bending the rules imagewise and soundwise. Here, the exhibition's theme puts on a bit of a strut and ... its play time.
CURVED LIGHT (A MARGINAL VARIATION ). Written and performed by William Neal. Instruments; Keyboards, Roland G800 Workstation.
WILLIAM NEAL does not read music, has an obscure sense of timing, and is prone to playing the wrong note twice, to make it sound intentionaL He played in a blues band in the 1960s, and after learning 3 chords wanted to turn professional. During the 1970s he played with Don Hooley, and although he arrived late at the wrong venue, they remained on very good speaking terms. After many years of absence from the music scene, Marginal Movements sees him playing the piano once more with the enthusiasm of a three year old. The Harmonica is really his forte, sadly. there are no harmonica parts in Marginal Movements.