“Chain to the Rhythm”
“The West Michigan Symphony: Celebrating 75 Years” group exhibition at the Muskegon Museum of Art features Timothy Norris’ 16-foot long painting “Chain to the Rhythm” (images attached). The painting was inspired by- and takes its title from- the third movement of contemporary American composer John Adams’ symphony “Naïve and Sentimental Music.” The exhibit continues through Nov. 2. The Muskegon Museum of Art is located at 296 W. Webster Street, downtown Muskegon. Visit Muskegonartmuseum.org/
“Chain to the Rhythm” has also been purchased by the Symphony for permanent display in the balcony of “the block”- their new performance space for small ensembles and soloists located in the Russell Building, 360 W. Western Ave., downtown Muskegon. The painting will be installed immediately following the museum show. Visit Westmichigansymphony.org/the block for more information.