Saturday, November 23, 2013

Sandy Frazier News Update

Sandy has had a wonderful 2013 with the release of "Windows of My Soul" - 25 Years of Original Poetry, Song Lyrics & Art, Lyrics from Sandy's record, "Resurrection"...and songs from "Painting Music."

Her new single, "My New York Mood" is out on i-Tunes and Amazon... [see the lyrics here]. Go here to see the original artwork for the cover design

The new updated revised 2nd edition of "The Mystic Artist" is out on - with almost 100 more pages of Sandy's writings on art, culture, entertainment and mystic artists of all kinds.

She's working on her next book on art: "The Art of An American Girl" - which will be out late Winter of 2014.  This book tells the story of Sandy's life in art, complete with full-color photographs of some of her best paintings.

Sandy's next full length record, "Painting Music," is coming in 2014.  She is working with a wonderful producer and great musicians who are helping her to realize her dreams of the original visions for her songs. "Spectres," her next single, will be out at the end of December.  You can listen to some of Sandy’s songs on SoundCloud.


Monday, November 18, 2013

World Premiere of "My New York Mood" - Sandy's New Single

Sandy's new single, "My New York Mood" is out on SoundCloud - coming on i-Tunes, Tunecore, Amazon MP3 and more... 

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Treasure Trove of Nazi-Looted Art

A trove of Nazi-looted art discovered in a German apartment contains previously unknown works by painters including Henri Matisse. More than 1,400 paintings, drawings and prints were found – dirty, but undamaged – in what experts say is one of the largest and most significant discoveries of masterpieces plundered by the Nazis, and which could be worth more than $1 billion.

After the first reports detailing the catalog of Nazi-looted art that was being stored among trash by Cornelius Gurlitt, new information has surfaced that indicates Gurlitt may have more artwork stored in Austria. In addition to learning more about the reclusive Gurlitt, German officials are calling for the list of artwork, 1,400 pieces that include works by Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall and Henri Matisse, to be revealed.  [more...]