Posted at 7:57 AM on August 25, 2006
by Rex Levang
It's Minnesota State Fair time, when Minnesotans get in touch with their agricultural heritage, and yes, it's true . . . I own a crop-art picture of Mozart.
Sorry I can't post the image, but you can get a certain sense of what it might look like on this site, which contains other works by Lillian Colton, the artist who created the Mozart.
And if crop art, a. k. a. seed art, is a totally new concept to you: these are pictures made, mosaic-fashion, out of seeds, grains, and the like. When you commission a piece from Lillian Colton (which is how the Mozart portrait came to be), you also get a guide to the materials used. In this case, they were:
ground white corn
Posted at 3:41 PM on August 25, 2006
by Brian Newhouse
Filed under: Concerts
Mozart: Piano Quartet in g, K. 478
Wu Han, piano; Ani Kavafian, violin; Carla Maria Rodrigues, viola; Peter Wiley, cello
The delicious final course in the musical meal of Menlo's first program.