St. George’s Choral Society is fortunate to make use of the talents of Andrew Spina, who has designed concert images for us for the last decade. Many of his previous designs can be seen throughout our website.
Here are this year’s images, along with Andrew’s descriptions of his inspiration.
The fall design interprets the theme of the Mendelssohn’s "Lobgesang": darkness to light. Since the piece celebrates the anniversary of the printing press, the text is in the font Gutenberg.
This was about harmony and rhythm and the idea of modern stained glass. The repeating pattern over the idyllic French countryside both obscures the image and amplifies individual colors over others.
This design explores layers of structure, where each successive layer adds complexity and detail. One must look beyond the ornate organic forms to see the dense forest at sunset...a dark romance that is not immediately apparent.