Sometime ago I decided that great composers were great graphic artists. They heard the music as they saw the notes, and I realized if they could do that then I could reverse the procedure. I took the six pages of Claude Debussy's "Clair de Lune" and made shapes out of each notation. Quarter notes became something other than half notes. I tried to remain faithful to the placement of each note to each other. The impression of night overtook the entire work when I started using color, and for that I used Goethe's psychological principles. I found it fitting that the great composers would be looking out at us through Debussy’s music.