Jazz frequents our home, studios, classroom, church, car… it travels through our life. So what a delight to find jazz history in our favorite local museum, the Michener. You have until October 11, 2015 to have this seat.
Herman Leondard said, “I saw photographing jazz artists as a visual diary of what I was hearing. I wanted to preserve the mood and atmosphere as much as possible. My goal was to capture these artists at the height of their finest creative moments.” Read entire interview here.
I have come to imagine doing the same within my studio. There are pieces that come from designs drawn to jazz, such as this one inspired by pianist Vijay Iyer:
And other in which I have no set design, but pieces of glass that are soldered together while the music of jazz vocalist Gregory Porter flowed: