Jack Ox continues: Here is the third painting from the first movement of Stravinsky's "Symphony in Three Movements." This painting is available for sale. I chose a building in Chicago, across the street from the Chicago Art Institute because of the rhythm of the architecture. In the painted image below the painting, which is the building before putting it into the fractured position of the actual finished work, you can see the double eighth notes as two strips together on the wall. In the completed mapping, every other eighth note upends, so the notes appear staccato and separated. Right before the fifth measure of the painting, there is a flute passage that goes up quickly and loudly, which is seen in the smaller width strips that follow the melody in an upward motion. This passage is very dissonant and follows my Stravinsky pattern of making dissonance a bright, pure glaze because the dissonance does not resolve into consonance. The glaze is a bright red-orange which affects the original colors profoundly. I have included here the mapped score that informed this painting.