“A violin practice interrupted. All of my kids tried some form of music or another. Both Alice, my oldest, and Nick, my youngest have played the violin for a number of years. This is Alice’s violin on the floor, a bit of Kreisler music and lilac in May.” – Alexander Volkov
After a day of steeping in the lap of nature at Lake Tahoe, come to experience the world of art at the Marcus Ashley Gallery. The staff and art consultants are extremely knowledgeable about Alexander Volkov art and the other collections on display. Learn more about your favorite artists and discover new ones right here at the gallery.
The artist gives us a glimpse into the life of his kids and their brief time with music in Interlude. Volkov paints a sunlit room with a violin case placed on music sheets at the foot of a wooden chair. Lilac flowers, freshly picked from that morning, occupy the chair. Their intense hues of purple and green pop against the muted palette of the composition.
This scene is a memory of things both old and new and of people moving from one source of pleasure to the next. Interlude will envelop a room with a calming atmosphere that will be welcomed during moments of quiet reflection.
27" x 36"
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This will come to you either unframed and tubed with complimentary Continental U.S. shipping – use code ARTFREESHIP – or you can add a custom frame with us.