“Music For Targeted Television Advertising” (Day 052) shows Rhythm Factory – composer/producer Eric Scott – releasing an eclectic, electronic soundtracks compilation to coincide with the latest video scores.
Despite the Eno-esque references made by its ironic title, this 2005 collection is composed of professionally-commissioned soundtracks, representing Eric Scott’s underscores and output for commercial clients including INVIDI, artist Andy Lakey and ONE Media.
In late 1996, artist Andrew Lakey commenced an enormously prodigious painting cycle that continued (in its first phase at least) until November 1997, and which resulted in thousands of dazzlingly colorful works of art. In 2006, he resumed work on a new body of work – oversized tableaus inspired by these creations – “The Unencountered.”
What began as a methodological color study using nature icons has become an obsessive-compulsive journey into a vast and phantasmagoric world of enchanting and utterly original, new form factors of botanica and beings, detailed in sumptuous color and signature line work…
Artist Andy Lakey’s extraordinary subjects in Brilliant Nature were derived using an improvisational process employing the unconscious, his memory and imagination. The sheer volume of subjects painted in this collection – including flowers of every type, exotic fish, mythical birds, idyllic animals, magical crickets, psychedelic snails and countless otherworldly flora and fauna – represent a whole taxonomy of an artist’s known and imagined world. Lakey does not simply sample his universe, he exhausts it completely.
In 2004, artist Andy Lakey began to refine a collection of extraordinary work – Silhouettes & Shadows (“The Portraits”) – exploring a remarkable visual world revealed from the human form. Eric Scott (Day For Night) animated the opening site montage from paintings and stills, along with creating the custom underscore.
Music: “The Human Letter”
The new official information site for artist Andrew Lakey launches an online exploration into angels, lost languages and anatomical parts.
Lakey, who was saved by angels after a near-death experience, was told to paint 2000 angels by the year 2000, although he had no previous background as an artist.
The sitework, created by Day For Night, provides background on Lakey’s life and a gallery of his paintings, drawings, sculptures and objets d’art.
Visit Andy Lakey and Co Sitework: