Here are some behind the scene photos of new musical "Loving the Silent Tears".
If you would like to see the show I'm doing today you can tune in live via the web at 4PM PST!!!
The people working on the show have a combined:
15 Grammys Awards
4 Oscar Awards
3 Tony Awards
6 Emmy Awards
"For friends living around the world who are not able to make it to Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall [today]...are you all ready for the EXCITING news?
Loving the Silent Tears - A New Musical will be having its GLOBAL PREMIERE via LIVE WEBCAST at SilentTearsMusical.com and SupremeMasterTV.com.
Be sure to tune in [TODAY], October 27 at 4PM (PST)!"
Here are some behind the scenes shots of the new musical "Loving the Silent Tears". The show is a one night only extravaganza October 27th at the Shrine auditorium. There are a limited amount of seats still available! Click HERE to get your tickets now!
After attending the members opening of the new exhibit "Destroy the Picture: Painting the Void, 1949-1962" I have become intrigued by Lee Bontecou.
"... Bontecou created a groundbreaking series of sculptural works by welding together bas-relief frameworks covered or stretched with wire mesh, canvas, and muslin and dramatically pushing the medium of painting into three dimensions. These works featured projecting orifices that offered views into black voids, which she created with black insets. As Elizabeth A. T. Smith has observed, “Bontecou has consistently emphasized that her intention in the use of blackened voids as an integral and compelling element within her sculpture was to evoke mystery and a range of emotive responses to the unknown, the wondrous, and the sublime. At the same time, her work also refers to the underbelly of human nature, encompassing fear, violence, brutality, and war.”44 In 1963, she herself stated that her intent was “to build things that express our relationship to this country—to other countries—to this world—to other worlds—in terms of myself. To glimpse some of the fear, hope, ugliness, beauty, and mystery that exists in all of us and which hangs over all the young people today.”45"
Paul Schimmel’s essay for “Destroy the Picture: Painting the Void, 1949–1962″
So privileged to be in the recording studio with these Grammy award winning artists! Check out the behind the scenes!
Last night my wife and I attended the opening of the "Destroy the Picture" exhibit at MOCA. My wife enjoyed the artists that were represented from Japan, poignantly representing the Japanese landscape post WWII.
One of my favorite artists was Salvatore Scarpitta with the bandaged canvases. However, the artist that stole the night for me was Lee Bontecou. The architectural
canvases were visually stunning, a must see at the exhibit!
It's 4 AM and I just discovered Gangnam Style??? I might as well get up and dance because I'm not going back to sleep!!!