In July 2010, art critic Victoria Donohoe wrote about Priest?s work in two Wilmington exhibitions for The Philadelphia Inquirer: “Priest deliberately blurs the boundary between painting and jazz in her Venezuelan Suite painted collages. These use form as a language of music... Seeing jazz as full of joy and energy, able to transform sadness, Priest uses it successfully here to create materialized movement in actual worlds of colored space.”
This piece is part of a series based on trumpeter Miles Davis? lyrical jazz version of “Someday My Prince Will Come”, a familiar song from the popular 1937 Walt Disney movie “Snow White”. (The music was written by Frank Churchill).
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Ellen Priest is an American abstract painter, whose art is created under the influence of jazz music. As a painter, she is mainly self-taught. Read More
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