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Please click on the links below:
https://catherineljohnson.wordpress.com/2019/08/03/872-black-ice-beatify-2019-catherine-l-johnson-consecration-1980-bill-evans-trio-bill-evans-piano-marc-johnson-bass-joe-labarbera-drums/
https://catherineljohnson.wordpress.com/2019/07/18/870-black-ice-silently-2019-catherine-l-johnson-piece-peace-1958-bill-evans-gambre-1991-anthony-cox-billy-higgins/
https://catherineljohnson.wordpress.com/2019/06/21/866-black-ice-quiet-2019-catherine-l-johnson-raf-k9-jaspar-obi-aka-dunkirk-beethovens-opus-132-quartetto-italiano-anthony-cox-billy-higgins/
https://catherineljohnson.wordpress.com/2019/06/30/867-black-ice-tenderly-2019-catherine-l-johnson-prana-qi-vijnana-joie-de-vivre-tenderly-bill-evans-tony-scott/
https://catherineljohnson.wordpress.com/2019/07/13/869-black-ice-sweetly-2019-catherine-l-johnson-blinded-by-your-grace-2017-stormzy/

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‘BLACK ICE: LILTING’

Catherine L. Johnson 
2019

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lilt

rhythmic swing or cadence.
a lilting song or tune.

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whisper / whispers / whispering

listen

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NOTE:
each work of the BLACK ICE series
oscillates / dances / shifts / reveals
constantly
in relation to
 the specific light source – from ambient to direct
to the light’s positioning –  the actual angle 
and
to the movement of the viewer.

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All of my work refuses/denies the camera’s eye.

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The revelation, the experience,
occurs with an actual encounter – presence.

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The beauty of one’s beloved is
the improvisational/sacred listening
of/ for/ to/ with
the beloved.

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PLEASE CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE + FOR DETAIL

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intimate
listening/attending with an open heart and with the open palms of one’s hands —

listen to the light

reverence

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IMPROVISATIONAL / FREE HAND DRAWING / NO ERASURES
SPHERES:  layers/sounds of two separate iridescent gold pencils
DRAWN ON BLACK HEAVYWEIGHT MATTE PAPER
Measurements: 10” H x 6.5” W

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On March 19, 1965,
the Bill Evans Trio stopped by the BBC studios in London
to play a pair of sets on Jazz 625,
the now-legendary program hosted by the British trumpeter
Humphrey Lyttelton.

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The combo featured:
Bill Evans on piano,
Chuck Israels on bass
and
Larry Bunker on drums.

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The trio played two 35 minute sets,
including most of the songs from their just-completed album, Trio ’65.
Set One:
“Five,” by Bill Evans
“Elsa,” by Earl Zindars
“Summertime,” by George Gershwin
“Come Rain or Come Shine,” by Harold Arlen
“My Foolish Heart,” by Victor Young
“Re: Person I Knew,” by Bill Evans
“Israel,” by Johnny Carisi
“Five,” by Bill Evans (reprise)

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Set Two:
“Five,” by Bill Evans
“How My Heart Sings,” by Earl Zindars
“Nardis,” by Miles Davis
“Who Can I Turn To?” by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse
“Someday My Prince Will Come,” by Frank Churchill
“How Deep is the Ocean?” by Irving Berlin
“Five,” by Bill Evans (reprise)

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Thank you
Anthony Cox
for yet another
voyage/transport/oduh-see
of
evanescent, scintillating and profound
sonic river waters.

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‘BLACK ICE: LILTING‘ 

In the private collection of Janet Dirks, Calgary, Canada.
Photo: courtesy of the framer.  The finished presentation on the wall of the shop!

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BADASSMASTER=RAFRRMANAWCYEZWEBLESS

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