Our evening at Bank Street Arts was a wonderful experience . Jim Ghedi played music from his “Satori ” album , while I “interpreted his music on canvas. The audience paid us huge respect both during and after the performance . A real thrill and honor.
“Jim Ghedi ‘s music is transformational and Keith How‘s paintings make that transformation visible. Fantastic shared experience at Bank Arts tonight as part of Sensoria!”
Is a Bird of Fire winging the Infinite” (Sri Chinmoy).
paintings inspired by the record “ Birds of Fire” by Mahavishnu Orchestra and the poems of Sri Chimnoy .
front cover : “The Red Thread” ( acrylic) .
‘Birds of Fire” ( mixed media)
“Miles Beyond (Miles Davis) “ ( acrylic)
“Celestial Terrestrial Commuters” ( mixed media)
“Sapphire Bullets of Pure Love “ (mixed media on vintage plywood)
“Thousand Island Park” (acrylic)
“ Hope ” (acrylic)
“ One Word” (mixed media)
“ Open Country Joy” (oils)
back cover : “Beyond Nothingness and Eternity” ( acrylic)
Journey’s End: “The Golden Eye of the Supreme”.
The inspiration for these paintings finds me seeking to break free of former ideas and concepts . “ Miles Beyond “ (2) was a breakthrough . Inspired by the space and freedom found in the intricate music I discovered the “zen calligraphy” that echoes through nature . Branches , star clusters, bird flight , winding rivers and horizons , leaf and stalk shapes. They are all around but we often miss their beauty and message.