Hey! My name is Rebecca Tripp, and I'm a composer. I'm currently working on a big musical project called "Flower Waltzes". I'm creating waltzes for many different types of flowers. I am making a series of slideshow videos with my music, featuring many beautiful pieces of art from loving and inspired artists, and I was hoping to feature this piece. I will not be making any money off this, and if you say yes, I will be sure to credit you, link to your page and let you know as soon as the video(s) are done so that you can see them. Here is a link to some of my flower music: [link] What do you say?
I was so stunned in reading your message, and so honored that you will include my piece of watercolor to your masterpieces of compositions. Of course you can use it. I too have written some music of my own creation, though guess not as awesome as yours. I have heard your music, and I love it. I just hope we could collaborate on something, your music, my visuals.
Thank you so much for your permission! I've saved the file now. I love your style! I wish I'd discovered your work a bit sooner, before I completed my orchids video. You have some stunning orchids in your gallery. Thanks again, Rebecca
So inspired by your music, a thought just came to my mind: I have imagined that while your music is playing my painting is shown slowly emerging to the finished work, from sketch, step by step, each colors and hues forming like an animated rendition, the colors seems to have life to form the flower by its own.
Just a thought
*by the way, I love classical music. My favorite is Tchaikovsky, and now, yours as well.
This is so realistic looking! You did an amazing job keeping the vibrant bright colors with watercolor! I love this flower (i say flower b/c to me it is and i think it is considered one even though it looks more plant-like) But this is great!