While My Guitar Gently Weeps
66 x 61 cm
Melody cascades from the strummed guitar at the heart of Patterson Parkinson's post cubist masterpiece. This work resonates in a glorious symmetry of harmonious shapes and colours. Shaded, textured and illuminated circles, triangles and squares play a visual tune of their own in just the right note and key.
The painting takes its title from the George Harrison composition penned during the Beatles life-changing visit to India in 1968.