Treble clef symbol taking form on my studio wall.

Treble clef symbol taking form on my studio wall.

I’ve always loved the curved lines of the treble clef. I remember drawing it over and over again when I was in high school. My binders and notebooks were covered with them. I was a music major in college, and studied music notation as part of my curriculum, so I got pretty good at drawing a treble clef. 

It’s been a long time since then, but now that I am creating art it is natural that I return to one of my favorite symbols, the treble clef. I create abstract art, so you can see here that I was working on a way to use the familiar symbol in an unfamiliar way.

I took the photo of this page in my sketchbook a few months ago, when I was actively working on the idea of a music series.

I’ve let the idea rest for now, because it needs to percolate more in my left artist brain. When it is ready to reappear, it will…

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