Have you ever paint while listening to different types of music? Well, I’m sure some of us has experience it before. This is my first time doing it in my life.

When I first heard about this assignment, I thought that it would be difficult for me. I never thought that painting can be expressed through music. In this assignment, I have explore different techniques such as mark makings, silhouette cut-outs and painting. I listened to both classical and contemporary music.

While exploring, I realized that listening to different music gives a different type of painting. Classical music brings a more relaxing feel to the painting. As for contemporary music, it adds more random feels to it.

After exploring on different surfaces, I chosen two paintings as my final artworks. I chose one classical and one contemporary pieces.

These are my Black and White Explorations using various lines and shapes.

Top: Moonlight Sonata-Beethoven, Bottom: Serenade- Franz Schubert

Top: Take Me Out (Black OST Part 1)- Taehyun(South Club), Bottom: Swan Lake Waltz- Ptoyr IIyich Tchaikovsky

Top: Waltz No.2- Dimitri Shostakovich, Bottom: When Night Falls (While You Were Sleeping OST Part 1)- Eddy Kim

These are my Tools and Techniques Exploration using different colours and textures.

Top: Moonlight Sonata-Beethoven, Bottom: Playing With Fire-Blackpink

Left: Blood, Sweat and Tears- BTS, Right: Shangri-la-VIXX

Top: DNA-BTS, Bottom: Illumination-Jennifer Thomas

And last but not least, my final artwork that I have chosen to bring forward to a bigger surface.

Moonlight Sonata-Beethoven

Blood, Sweat and Tears- BTS

After doing this assignment, I learned that music and art are connected together. They are not separate subjects. While listening to music, I learned to listen to the rhythms and melody of the music and match it various painting techniques.

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