Back in the day, I enjoyed picking out a song and creating a themed art piece based on what I heard - or felt - when experiencing the music. The songs were most often from Pink Floyd and Alan Parsons Project, but I did some others, as well.
This piece is titled "One Slip," as that's the Pink Floyd song that inspired it.
I've created hundreds of art pieces in my life time, but this has always been one of my top favorites.
It was recently rediscovered and framed after being stored in a box for thirty years. It sustained very little damage over the years and still looks as good as new on the wall in my art studio, where it will hang from now until I am unable to see it anymore.
Thank you for looking.
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