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Title: Roots Rock
Check out the underground music scene – an acrylic on canvas-board painting. Inspired by the Jethro Tull song “Songs From The Wood”
Music and nature in harmony and hopefully in tune!
Featured on the RedBubble.com Homepage 7-19-11
Original Music & Musical Art by Bart Castle
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That’s a sweet piece, Bart. Jethro Tull would be proud. You gotta get the flute in there, that’s for sure!
Checked out your web site. Love “Occupational Hazards.” I really don’t want to prune the trees next springs due to just that kind of possibility. I was going to rent a chainsaw, but I think you talked me out of it. I was pondering this piece (above) and wondering what it would be like if you painted a similar inspirational piece, except this time to “Locomotive Breath.” Just a thought, for the idea vault, for what it’s worth.
I’ve been looking for the perfect images to throw around evoking that “shuffling madness” feel for that song it’s one of the classic Tull tunes and would make fine subject matter.
– Bart Castle
Aw sweet, thanks for the feature. RedBubble is tons of fun…
This is damned near perfection. Well done!
Cool drawing style and concept, congrat’s on your feature!
Quite interesting what goes on beneath the surface ! Just like people : )
Nice work, congrats on your home pg feature!