Heartbeat Cellist (Fine Art Prints)

A painting of a cellist playing as though his cello is also his heart

I was once lucky enough to be a guest at a Metzger Ensemble Concert and my hosts had front row tickets. I was sat right in front of the players, which was a very intimate experience. There were four musicians, who sometimes played all together, and other times there were solo moments etc; through their playing they seemed to be conversing with each other.

The cellist’s solo moment was breathtaking. His eyes transformed the script into arm movements. He held his cello right into his body and the red, lacquered, elegant box vibrated and reverberated to the contact of the bow. That deep aching noise seemed to come right out of him: sounding like it came out from his own very depths, from his heart. I didn’t know where he ended and his instrument began.

These limited edition artist’s prints are collector’s items, each one is 1 of 100, they are made using light fast ink on artist quality, acid free paper to the standard of the Guild of Fine Arts, titled and signed by the artist. That means, the image will not fade in the light, nor will the paper brown. The image is 27 x 34.4cm and comes: simply the print, in a card board tube at £65, The print in a luxuriously thick card mount and framed in a warm white frame for £145.

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