$100.00 – $275.00
They are printed in a duotone on delicate Japanese Gampi paper and pasted “Chine-collé” on archival rag paper. Some versions are printed on handmade paper from Papeterie St. Armand in Montreal. These versions include a photopolymer print with the first lines of the musical score. There is also the option to get all three images pasted on one sheet, as a triptych, paper size 38 x 28 cm.
A set of three single prints receives a 10% discount. Apply coupon code at checkout: BUY 3 -10%
The titles are derived from a musical piece (1913) by composer Erik Satie, whose music I heard performed September 2014 at the Honens Piano Festival in Calgary. When a composer names the movements of his mini-sonata after humble aquatic creatures such as a sea cucumber and lowly crustaceans, I notice that! The pieces are a playful commentary on and appropriations of contemporary popular songs, and music by Chopin and Beethoven.