"He always picks up what I'm putting down."
True to their moniker, artist Jeffrey Lipsky starts with an empty canvas as musician Bryan Worley taps out a few experimental basslines, picking up on the vibe of the room. Over the next few hours, the duo trade licks, Lipskey with pastel on paper and Worley with every slap and tickle of his stand-up bass. In a delicate pas de deux, the art stirs the music and the music spurs the art. The viewing audience becomes a participant in the experience, lending color and emotion to the resulting canvas. It's a live art performance not to be missed.
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