Art and Music have long inhabited an enlightened friendship, with musical scores composed alongside great film, dance, theater, performance art and more, and with visual art accompanying music as costume and face paint, set designs, music videos, expressionist painting or even poster art. So inspiring are these bedfellows to each other in fact, that many an artist and musician has remarked on being able to tap into their own creativity most effectively after having experienced great works from the opposing media.
Perhaps it is the combination of two very different types of expression that leads to an unparalleled richness, evident in invisible layers of sparkle, some indescribable emanating vitality. The art being made after the world of music presents visual descriptions of the style and timbre of music, and furthermore has a resonance that exceeds the purely visual components of the work. Any music lover will find they gravitate naturally towards art in this vein, the sonorous nature instantly apparent.