Night Song flutes: Tone, texture & attention to detail

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I’ve been exploring the combination of color and texture with the clarity of sound with my Night Song Flutes, which I’ll be selling at the Art Festival at Thornebrook this weekend, Oct. 10-11.

Using carvings and pyrography (woodburning), I’ve created the look of hieroglyphics and have added to the look with Tiger Eye and Turquoise stones.

Just as hearing a bird singing at night is rare, so are my Night Song Flutes with their blend of tone, texture and coloring.

Come by my exhibit and try one of my Night Song Flutes, my branch flutes or my five-string kanteles. All play well solo or with other instruments, such as the ukulele or dulcimer.

I’ll be joining 130 artists for this festival of juried work. The festival runs both Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. My exhibit area is #49, (next to Malgorzata’s) near Thornebrook Gallery at the East Entrance into Thornebrook Village, 2441 NW 43rd Street, Gainesville, Florida. Admission to the art festival is free.


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