“Of all the arts, abstract painting is the most difficult. It demands that you know how to draw well, that you have a heightened sensitivity for composition and for colours, and that you be a true poet. This last is essential.” – Kandinski
Prolific and controversial artist Beezy Bailey speaks to us from Jonathan Comerford’s print studio in London, about his The Sound of Creation project with long time collaborator, composer and musical theorist Brian Eno.
The collaboration has evolved over five years between the two.
Through unspoken philosophies of transcendental imagery and sound that invoke spiritual emotion such as those inspired by the Russian expressionist painter, Wassily Kadinski, Bailey and Eno have created elements of poetry through paintings and music.
Known for his experimental art and avant-garde approach, Beezy Bailey is often at the forefront of artistic expression and creative discovery. He moves through genres and retains an unlimited approach to his works.
Painting 90. An example of Bailey and Eno’s audio visual pairing.
The Sound of Creation by Beezy Bailey and Brian Eno.