In music, polyphony consists of two or more simultaneous, independent lines of melodies, which, in combination, make a harmonized musical whole. This idea is applied here to visual art, within single paintings but also within the entire show. The independent elements (pictures) may be styles, or genres or materials.
This show as a whole consists of landscape, figure, and abstracts (monophonic) and polyphonic pictures. The show could then be interpreted as a visual equivalent of a symphony.
Gallery shows tend to prefer monophonic exhibitions by individual artists, often with exceptional levels of specialized technical skills. This show suggests an alternative, where composition and harmony are the dominating interest. Future developments of this visual compositional art will include still life, flowers and animals.