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Today’s Events

  • Feb 28
    Smith Eliot "Ghost Ships" Feb 28 to Apr 29 @Wolff Gallery
  • Mar 17
    Sondra Perry - Chromatic Saturation Mar 17 to Apr 29 @Disjecta Contemporary Art Center
  • Mar 29
    Christopher B. Wagner, Paul X. Rutzis, Amy Ruedinger, Stirling Gorsuch Mar 29 to Apr 24 @Guardino Gallery
  • Apr 3
    Katherine Ace - Face to Face Apr 03 to Apr 28 @Froelick Gallery
  • Apr 4
    Postcards and Souvenirs - Stan Peterson Apr 04 to Apr 29 @Waterstone Gallery
  • Apr 5
    James Minden; Northwest Prints Apr 05 to Apr 28 @Augen Gallery
  • Apr 5
    Suzanne Vaughan Apr 05 to Apr 29 @Basic Space Gallery
  • Apr 5
    Robert Lyons, Matthew Picton Apr 05 to Jun 02 @Elizabeth Leach Gallery
  • Apr 5
    Jon Gottshall - Scale Apr 05 to Apr 28 @Gallery 114
  • Apr 5
    Gregory Grenon, Rae Mahaffey Apr 05 to Apr 28 @Russo Lee Gallery

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TRIFON MARKOV, Painter

My originals made of: Oil,acrylic,wood,canvas,gold foil.
Website markovco.com
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Music and musicians. Our world is filled with melodies. The undulating song of the common loon, the tranquil sounds of a babbling brook, a breeze stirring the fallen autumn leaves; it is no surprise humans create music to join in. While music itself is beautiful, so, too, are the musicians — their very motions emphasize the music they choose to create. A jazz musician moves very differently to one that plays classic rock and roll, for example. I enjoy not only listening to music, but watching it — the movements of the musicians, their colorful garb, carefully chosen to accentuate their style. Using wood, gold foil, and watercolors, I bring my musicians to life. The style is inspired by miniatures depicted in old manuscripts, the kind of illustrations seen in books dating back to the 15th century. The process is complicated, and requires a lot of patience; I relish the challenge.