Painting Baroque Music

A Touch of Magic , Oil on Canvas by Maca Suazo, 2018

 

Yann Martel wrote: “If we citizens, do not support our artists, then we sacrifice our imagination on the altar of crude reality and we end up believing in nothing and having worthless dreams”. 


1 Roland Detail C

Paintings based on Baroque Music

Exhibit with Nota Bene Baroque Players on January, 2018.

Roland, based on suite composed by Lully (Detail).   Size: 32 x 56 inches.   Medium: Oil on Canvas.   Maca Suazo, 2018


2 The Fairy Queen Detail C

Title: The Fairy Queen, based on suite composed by Purcell (Detail).   Size: 48 x 48 inches.   Medium: Oil on Canvas.   Maca Suazo, 2018


Don Quixote


Don Quixote (by Lully)

Title: Alcina, based on suite composed by Handel (Detail).   Size: 32 x 56 inches.   Medium: Oil on Canvas.   Maca Suazo, 2018


Title: The Touch of Magic, mural style painting based on Baroque Music.   Size: 6 x 10 feet.   Medium: Oil on Canvas.   Maca Suazo, 2017

5 A Touch of Magic R 1 C
5 A Touch of Magic R 2 C
5 A Touch of Magic R 3 C

Published by Maca Suazo

Maca Suazo graduated from Fine Arts at the University of Waterloo (2010) and completed her Master of Arts in Latin American Studies at the University of Guelph (2013). Her current work reflects the relationship between painting and literature. She is particularly interested in exploring magic realism, which is remarkably important for Latin-American writers, where the impossible is made believable in our everyday world by looking at moments of magic. She lives and work in Kitchener, ON.

One thought on “Painting Baroque Music

  1. I have fallen in love with your work. Thank you. And thanks also for the quote by Yann Martel.
    I’m a lifelong quilter and hope to apply some of your inspiration to my work.

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