Wednesday, 30 May 2012
It is a mixture of Indian Ink work done with the fork as usual, and some watercolour. I was much heavier with my use of watercolour this time as I wanted to create a smoky atmosphere. I used earthy tones for the most part, but if you look behind the pianist's head you may see a colourful image of him drifting into the room. This is a mixture of the colourful music and his aura. That's what I tried to depict anyway.
We have been to New Orleans a couple of times now and have visited Basin Street itself. Not much there to see now except the Lafayette graveyard and the Basin Street Railroad station which is now a museum.
We did, however, visit the French Quarter and enjoyed some fantastic live music in the Bourbon Street Jazz clubs.