“The Ebb and Flow of Music in The Forgotten Coast” by Vicki Norman
Vicki’s residency was inspired by the music and musicians of the Forgotten Coast. From dark bars, sunlit churches, and school classrooms, the music that ebbs and flows throughout life in the region offers a rich and varied soundtrack of gospel, choir, classical, jazz, folk, and rock. “Music is this beautiful, invisible web that runs through all parts of the community,” says Vicki. Her paintings explore the way that music connects individuals with their community, their family, and their God. Vicki’s residency work reveals the shared principles of composition, movement, pitch, balance, and rhythm and how they apply to both music and painting.
Presentation: March 23, 6:30 pm on Facebook
The work from this week-long residency will be on exhibit at The Joe Center for the Arts at 201 Reid Avenue in Port St. Joe.