Parallel Play SF
February 25th, 2017
Parallel Play SF is a “fresh vision for collaborative, live music and art experiences” founded by artist Peggy Gyulai and violist Deanna Badizadegan. This performance was co-produced with TheGlint.com and included Peggy drawing on paper and painting on canvas, me drawing on paper (ink washes and oil stick) and on the iPad Pro 12.9″ (with Apple pencil and Procreate app). Deanna played viola, Karsten Windt played violin, and Angela Lee played cello. The music played was “String Trio” by Juan Cras followed by “Slow Cycles” by Danny Clay (world premier).
Thank you for an emotionally moving performance.
T.F. – audience member
Many thanks for so publicly sharing your art with us (and in real time no less!)
S.C. – audience member
Jeremy and Peggy, it was such a pleasure to work with you both, what a great project!
K.W. – musician
watercolor wash and oil stick on Arches cold press paper, 40″ x 26″, by Jeremy Sutton – created during the Juan Cras portion of the performance
iPad pro 12.9″, Apple Pencil, Procreate, by Jeremy Sutton – created during the Danny Clay portion of the performance
Peggy showing her painting to Dianna after working on it during the Danny Clay “Slow Cycles” performance
If you are interested in purchasing either of the artworks I created during this performance, here are the prices and options:
Traditional media ink wash and oil stick on Arches cold press paper, 40″ x 26″, $1,200 unframed
Pigment inkjet prints on canvas of the digital iPad painting, each individually printed in the artist’s studio and hand signed, stretched with gallery wrap, unframed, are available at these approximate dimensions:
24″ x 16″ $250
30″ x 20″ $500
40″ x 30″ $900
Other sizes available on request. To arrange a purchase please email Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org.