Grove And Ceremony Pairs Visual Art Print With Original Music Scores

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Visual art and music have long been positive influences on one another. Grove and Ceremony is pleased to build on this tradition with its newest art edition release: an original soundtrack featuring 26 musical artists’ interpretations of Brooklyn, New York-based artist Andrew Zarou’s print Force Multiplier (41).

Limited-edition art print seller Grove and Ceremony LLC announces a collaboration with Brooklyn, New York-based artist Andrew Zarou along with 26 musicians and “sound makers” to create a unique visual and aural experience for art collectors.

The company’s latest art print and its accompanying soundtrack is titled Force Multiplier (41) and is for sale as a time-delimited edition beginning December 1, 2014, through December 14, 2014, at 7 pm EST.

After creating Force Multiplier (41), a grid-based drawing born out of the artist’s Moleskine notebook, Zarou invited musicians and sound makers to create two-minute songs by “sight-reading” or somehow interpreting his drawing. The compilation of 23 audio tracks is available as a complimentary download with the purchase of Zarou’s hand-embellished print from Grove and Ceremony’s website,

The musical contributors to Force Multiplier (41) include members of bands Glenn Branca Ensemble, Silver Apples, J. Mascus and the Fog, Silver Jews, Macha, and Wharton Tiers Ensemble among many others. For a complete list of musicians and artists on the soundtrack, visit

The size of the edition is determined by the quantity of Force Multiplier (41) prints purchased between December 1 – 14, 2014, at 7 pm EST. Prints will be postmarked after December 14, 2014, and will indicate the ultimate size of the edition.

Grove and Ceremony is an online seller of limited-edition art prints for emerging collectors. Its goal is to offer reasonably priced, beautiful, and conceptually rigorous artwork. All of the works offered by Grove and Ceremony are made by professional artists and curated with a sophisticated audience in mind.

Brooklyn, New York-based artist Andrew Zarou has a degree in studio arts from Hampshire College. His work has been exhibited in New York and Reykjavik, Iceland.

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