Sunday, January 16, 2011

TOM BROWN PAINTING ON A PIANO



Here’s something different: A painting I did ON A PIANO.

I was asked to create a painting of my choice on this piano as part of an event called “OC Can You Play?” The event is sponsored by the Pacific Symphony Orchestra

My painting features a panoramic scene of the citrus groves for which Orange County was named. The art style I used is similar to nostalgic Orange Crate Art popular in the era when the Orange County Citrus Industry was in its heyday.

This piano will be in the Great Park Visitors Center today through February 6, after which the piano will be auctioned off.

“OC Can You Play?” is a public art and music program that provides artistically decorated pianos set up in public spaces throughout Orange County. The public is encouraged to play the pianos, giving them an opportunity to participate in the project.

For more information go to www.pacificsymphony.org/occanuplay

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Blogger Joe Hox said...

Great work! What a fun, bright palette!

9:35 PM  
Blogger JBeaudetStudios said...

That's so cool! Someone will love that for sure! Jennifer:)

8:37 AM  

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